Motor Vehicle Commission Facilities Begin To Repoen

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TRENTON – Select agencies of New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) have resumed service today, Thursday, Nov. 1. All others will remain closed until further notice.

The agencies that have reopened include Bakers Basin, Cherry Hill, Manahawkin, Mt. Holly, Rio Grande, Trenton, Vineland and West Deptford. The Trenton Office Complex is also open.

The inspection stations that have reopened include Bakers Basin, Cape May, Cherry Hill, Deptford, Eatontown, Kilmer, Lakewood, Lodi, Manahawkin, Mays Landing, Millville, Newark, Newton, Plainfield, Randolph, Salem, Secaucus, Southampton, Wayne and Winslow.

Customers are also reminded that all driver tests (written/road), driver conferences and specialty vehicle inspections previously scheduled for Nov. 1 through Nov. 3 have been cancelled. The MVC will reschedule these services for a future date.

To ease the burden on customers who did not have a chance to visit a facility last month for service, MVC Chairman and Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez has issued Administrative Order 2012-03 authorizing a 30-day extension for all driver’s licenses, vehicle registrations and inspections that expired on Oct. 31. The administrative order is available on the MVC’s website.

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