DMV reminds people to use online services to avoid the weather


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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is encouraging customers to make use of their online services at due to severe weather.

Online services that the DMV offers include vehicle registration and driver’s license renewals. The website also allows users to stay current on regional office status updates by clicking on the alert box.

Updates include:

  • DMV offices are suspending skills tests until weather conditions improve and roads are safely clear;
  • The Huntington and Williamson Regional DMV offices are closed today; and
  • The Logan Regional Office is only able to provide information to customers due to staffing issues. 

      All other offices are open and processing transactions.

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