Find the Pennsylvania DMV Office Closest to You

Pennsylvania DMV hours, appointments, locations, phone numbers, holidays, and services. Find the Pennsylvania DMV office near me. Currently Pennsylvania has 284 working locations.

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PennDOT Services

PennDOT Services is a division of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The department was established in 1995 and is responsible for the planning, building, maintaining, and operating of all public roads in the state.

PennDOT Services focuses on improving safety, mobility and quality of life for Pennsylvanians. They offer a diverse range of services to help people get around safely in their communities.

The department also provides funding to municipalities to improve roadways and bridges that are part of the state’s highway system.

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Appointments

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) provides a variety of services for the public, including vehicle registration, driver licensing, and vehicle titling.

The PennDOT Appointment System is a quick and easy way to schedule an appointment with PennDOT. You can use the system to find the nearest office with available appointments or you can search for specific services.

How Do I Get a New Driver’s License?

You can get a new Pennsylvania driver’s license by visiting your nearest PennDOT office.

If you are not currently a Pennsylvania resident, you will need to provide proof of your residency. You will also need to fill out an application and pay the $45 fee.

What Happens if I Don’t Get a New Driver’s License?

If you don’t get a new driver’s license in Pennsylvania, you will need to do the following:

  • Update your address with the PA Department of Transportation.
  • Request a paper copy of your driving record from PennDOT.
  • Request a paper copy of your driving abstract from PennDOT.
  • File an SR22 form with the DMV if you have multiple DUI offenses or if you were convicted of DUI while operating a commercial vehicle.