DMV Connect is DMV's newest service outreach program and serves Virginians who may not be able to travel to a DMV office. DMV has five Connect teams located throughout the Commonwealth.
The program originally was created to provide identification cards to incarcerated individuals pending release, as identification is necessary to secure jobs, open bank accounts, enter public buildings, and apply for benefits. While DMV Connect still provides services to inmates, the program has expanded to serve customers at retirement communities, government centers, homeless shelters, and more.
Advances in technology allow needed equipment to fit in one suitcase. As a result, DMV Connect teams easily bring service to you.
DMV Connect teams conduct all DMV transactions except vital records and testing.
DMV employees carry customized cases that contain a laptop, signature pad, and camera. Only requiring electricity and an internet connection, the teams securely process real-time transactions.
Refer to the DMV Connect Brochure for technical requirements and operational parameters.
DMV Connect service is available Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
To find out more about DMV Connect or see if a Connect team could benefit your organization, contact DMVConnect@DMV.Virginia.Gov.
Provided by the DMV Communications Office