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For Immediate Release
May 12, 2021

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Larry Crowe, DMV PIO
(603) 227-4200

NH DMV Offers Streamlined, Convenient Services

Concord NH – The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles is pleased to highlight its streamlined, convenient services.

The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles is pleased to highlight its streamlined, convenient services.

Through recently developed new and improved services, customers can conduct their DMV transactions in a variety of ways:

  • Online – Conveniently make appointments, renew a driver license or non-driver ID, request a duplicate driver license or non-driver ID, pay or plead not guilty to a ticket. Go online at dmv.nh.gov.
  • Drop Boxes – Use drop boxes, available outside of all full-time DMV locations, for most transactions. Go to dmv.nh.gov to learn more.
  • Mail – Conduct a variety of transactions through the mail. Go to dmv.nh.gov to learn more.

With the recent extension of Real ID implementation until May 3, 2023, there is no need to rush to the DMV to get a Real ID license. Customers with expiring Real ID licenses or non-driver IDs may renew online, if eligible. Go to dmv.nh.gov to access online services.

Plan ahead by scheduling an appointment online and bringing your completed forms with you to ensure a quick and efficient visit.

“To avoid waiting in line, customers are encouraged to use the appointment system,” Motor Vehicles Director Elizabeth Bielecki said. “Our customers have told us repeatedly they love the appointments and want these services to stay because they’re easy to use, more efficient, and greatly preferred to waiting in long lines.”

Appointments can be scheduled for all DMV locations and can be reserved online by visiting dmv.nh.gov.

Walk-in services are available, but wait times cannot be guaranteed and priority is given to customers with appointments.