Does the state offer Saturday hours at the DMV?

The combination of state budget cuts and 24-hour online services have curtailed the number of state DMV locations now open on Saturdays. The offices that are open are generally limited to large urban areas with limited hours. The grid below indicates states with open Saturday locations. Call the DMV office in your area for Saturday hours, if available.  

Open Saturdays Closed Saturdays
Alabama
x
Alaska
x
Arizona
x
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Arkansas
x
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California
x
Colorado
x
Connecticut
x
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Delaware
x
Florida
x
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Georgia
x
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Hawaii
x
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Idaho
x
Illinois
x
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Indiana
x
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Iowa
x
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Kansas
x
Kentucky
x
Louisiana
x
Maine
x
Maryland
x
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Massachusetts
x
Michigan
x
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Minnesota
x
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Mississippi
x
Missouri
x
Montana
x
Nebraska
x
Nevada
x
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New Hampshire
x
New Jersey
x
New Mexico
x
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New York
x
North Carolina
x
North Dakota
x
Ohio
x
Oklahoma
x
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Oregon
x
Pennsylvania
x
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Rhode Island
x
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South Carolina
x
South Dakota
x
Tennessee
x
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Texas
x
Utah
x
Vermont
x
Virginia
x
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Washington
x
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West Virginia
x
Wisconsin
x
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Wyoming
x
Washington DC
x
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