How can I make an online appointment at the DMV?

Find a list of DMV locations near you online. If your DMV has the capability of making an online appointment, there will be a link to online appointments on the DMV homepage.

Making an online appointment saves a lot of time waiting in line, so research your DMV and set up a time to come in, if possible. The appointment capabilities vary from state to state. California allows its customers to make online appointments for all office visits and road tests. Florida has an online appointment service for written, road tests, commercial tests, and drivers license renewals; you can even request an interpreter or sign language here. 

Not every state DMV offers online appointments for every service; road test appointments are the most common. New York allows you to schedule road tests online, but not other appointments. 

Other DMVs do not have online appointment services at all. Massachusetts has online services, but not online appointment makers; the state allows you to complete portions of applications online, making the in-person visit shorter. Colorado does not have an online appointment maker, but does have other online services such as drivers license or registration renewals; you have to call your local branch to make a road test appointment.

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