Delaware DMV hours, appointments, locations, phone numbers, holidays, and services. Find the Delaware DMV office near me. Currently Delaware has 4 working locations.
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The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) provides a number of services for vehicles, drivers, transportation & tolling. They have 4 locations in the state and 3 other specific facilities. All offices will be closed on Wednesdays from 12pm to 8pm and will be open all other days.
The DMV offers many services for your vehicle – you can get an inspection, registration and titling, data management, licensing, and more. They also audit uninsured motorists to help to insure safer driving. The Driver Services division of the DMV handles things like issuing driver’s licenses and permits. They follow a graduated driver’s licensing law for people under 18 years old. The Driver Services division also offers a commercial driver license (CDL).
The Delaware DMV offers federally compliant driver’s licenses and identification cards, which provide stronger security than earlier licenses. If your current license was issued before this change, you will need to bring in your documentation again. All applicants for a driver’s license or state ID need to provide valid ID and proof of Delaware residency. They also must provide a Social Security Number and pay a fee to apply for the license.
You can apply for a level one learner’s permit when you’re 16-18 and pass a driver’s ed course, vision screening, written exam, and road test. Minors will need an approved sponsor to sign their permit license application. If they remain in good standing for the next 12 months, their permit will automatically turn into a Class D Driver’s License. New drivers who are 18 or older are initially issued with a Learner’s Permit (called the ‘Learner Permit’ for short). After 10 days, they can take their road test, which will carry them up to Class D driver status if they pass. The Learner Permit is valid for 12 months.