Department of motor vehicles
This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages)(Learn how and when to remove this template message)
In the United States, a department of motor vehicles (DMV) is a state-level government agency that administers vehicle registration and driver licensing. Similar departments exist in Canada under different names. The name "DMV" is not used in every state or area, nor are the traditional DMV functions handled by a single agency in every state, but the generic term is widely understood, particularly in the context of driver's license issuance and renewal.
Terminology and organization
Driver licensing and vehicle registration in the United States are handled by the state government in all states but Hawaii, where local governments perform DMV functions. In Canada, driver licensing and vehicle registration are handled at the provincial government level.
The Uniform Vehicle Code prefers the name "Department of Motor Vehicles". The acronym "DMV" is most commonly used to describe the agency (where it exists); however, diverse titles are used in different jurisdictions. Unless otherwise indicated below, one agency or division regulates driver licensing, vehicle registration, and vehicle titles.
|State/Territory||Agency responsible for driver licensing and vehicle title and registration||Parent agency|
|Alabama||Driver License Division (driver licensing) and Motor Vehicle Division (vehicle registration and title)||The Driver License Division is a division of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, whereas the Motor Vehicle Division is a division of the Alabama Department of Revenue.|
|Alaska||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Alaska Department of Administration; previously under the Alaska Department of Public Safety and the Alaska Department of Revenue|
|Arizona||Motor Vehicle Division||Division of the Arizona Department of Transportation|
|Arkansas||Office of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration. The Arkansas State Police is responsible for all driver testing.|
|California||Department of Motor Vehicles||Department of the cabinet-level California State Transportation Agency|
|Colorado||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Colorado Department of Revenue|
|Connecticut||Department of Motor Vehicles|
|Delaware||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Delaware Department of Transportation|
|District of Columbia||Department of Motor Vehicles|
|Florida||Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles|
|Georgia||Department of Driver Services (driver licensing) and Motor Vehicle Division (vehicle registration and title)||The Georgia Department of Driver Services handles driver licensing, while the Motor Vehicle Division is a division of the Georgia Department of Revenue.|
|Hawaii||No statewide DMV exists. See notes.||Hawaii is the only U.S. state where no part of the state government performs DMV functions; it has completely delegated vehicle registration and driver licensing to local governments, i.e. the City and County of Honolulu; Hawai'i, Maui, and Kaua'i counties.|
|Idaho||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Idaho Transportation Department|
|Illinois||Vehicle Services Department (vehicle registration and title) and Driver Services Department (driver licensing)||Departments of the Illinois Secretary of State|
|Indiana||Bureau of Motor Vehicles|
|Iowa||Motor Vehicle Division||Division of the Iowa Motor Vehicle Division and the Iowa Department of Transportation|
|Kansas||Division of Vehicles||Division of the Kansas Department of Revenue|
|Kentucky||Division of Driver Licensing (driver's licenses) and Motor Vehicle Licensing System (vehicle registration and title)||Divisions of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The state's Circuit Court Clerks offices are responsible for the registration and issuance of drivers licenses while the County Clerks are responsible for vehicle registrations and titles. The Transportation Cabinet is responsible for establishing the policies and designs for licenses and vehicle registration. The Kentucky State Police Driver Testing Branch is responsible for driver testing.|
|Louisiana||Office of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections|
|Maine||Bureau of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Maine Secretary of State|
|Maryland||Motor Vehicle Administration||Division of the Maryland Department of Transportation|
|Massachusetts||Registry of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation; transferred from the Executive Office of Transportation effective November 1, 2009|
|Michigan||Michigan Department of State|
|Minnesota||Division of Driver and Vehicle Services||Division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety|
|Mississippi||Department of Public Safety (driver licensing) and Motor Vehicle Licensing Division (vehicle registration and title)||Driver licensing is handled by the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, while the Motor Vehicle Licensing Division is a division of the Mississippi Department of Revenue.|
|Missouri||Missouri Department of Revenue|
|Montana||Motor Vehicle Division||Division of the Montana Department of Justice|
|Nebraska||Department of Motor Vehicles|
|Nevada||Department of Motor Vehicles||Formerly the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety|
|New Hampshire||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the New Hampshire Department of Safety|
|New Jersey||Motor Vehicle Commission||New Jersey has differing titles for the high office holders in this part of the state government: the head of the New Jersey Department of Transportation is referred to as the "Commissioner," while the head of the MVC is referred to as the "Chief Administrator."|
|New Mexico||Motor Vehicle Division||Division of the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department.|
|New York||Department of Motor Vehicles|
|North Carolina||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the North Carolina Department of Transportation|
|North Dakota||Motor Vehicle Division (vehicle registration and title) and Driver License Division (driver licensing)||Divisions of the North Dakota Department of Transportation|
|Ohio||Bureau of Motor Vehicles handles testing, licensing, and registering of vehicles. Titles are issued at the county level by the Clerk of Courts.||Division of the Ohio Department of Public Safety|
|Oklahoma||Department of Public Safety (driver licensing) and Tax Commission (vehicle registration and title)||Driver licensing is handled by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, while the Oklahoma Tax Commission handles vehicle registrations and titles.|
|Oregon||Driver and Motor Vehicle Services||Division of the Oregon Department of Transportation|
|Pennsylvania||Driver and Vehicle Services||Division of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT)|
|Rhode Island||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Rhode Island Department of Revenue|
|South Carolina||Department of Motor Vehicles|
|South Dakota||Department of Public Safety (driver licensing) and Department of Revenue (vehicle registration and titles)||Driver licensing is handled by the Department of Public Safety, while the Department of Revenue handles vehicle license plates, registrations and title)|
|Tennessee||Vehicle Services Division (vehicle registration and title) and Driver License Services (driver licensing)||The Vehicle Services Division is a division of the Tennessee Department of Revenue; the Driver License Services division is a division of the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security. The state's county clerks are responsible for the registration and issuance of drivers licenses, vehicle registrations, and titles, while the Department of Revenue and Department of Safety are responsible for establishing the policies and designs for vehicle registration and licenses, respectively.|
|Texas||Department of Motor Vehicles (vehicle registration and title) and Driver License Division (driver licensing)||Vehicle titles and registration were formerly provided by the Texas Department of Transportation, however these services were transferred to the new Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV), effective November 1, 2009. The Driver License Division is a division of the Texas Department of Public Safety.|
|Utah||Driver License Services (driver licensing) and Division of Motor Vehicles (vehicle registration and title)||The Driver License Services division is a division of the Utah Department of Public Safety and the Division of Motor Vehicles is a division of the Utah State Tax Commission|
|Vermont||Department of Motor Vehicles||Subunit of the Vermont Agency of Transportation|
|Virginia||Department of Motor Vehicles|
|Washington||Department of Licensing||Also handles Boat, Business, and Professional licenses|
|West Virginia||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the West Virginia Department of Transportation|
|Wisconsin||Division of Motor Vehicles||Division of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation|
|Wyoming||Driver Services Program||Division of the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WyDot)|
|American Samoa||Department of Public Safety|
|Guam||Motor Vehicle Division (driver licensing) and Department of Revenue and Taxation (vehicle registration and title)||Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Driver's License Section (driver licensing) and Bureau of Motor Vehicles (vehicle registration and title)||The Driver's License Section division is a division of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, which is a division of the Northern Mariana Islands Department of Public Safety and vehicle registration and title is handled by the Department of Public Safety.|
|Puerto Rico||Driver Services Directorate||The Driver Services Directorate is part of the Department of Transportation and Public Works (Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas in Spanish). Prior to 1975, it was known as the "Motor Vehicles Area" of the Department (Area de Vehículos de Motor in Spanish).|
|United States Virgin Islands||Motor Vehicle Bureau||The Motor Vehicle Bureau is a division of the United States Virgin Islands Police Department|
|Federal entity||Agency names||Notes|
|Jalisco||Secretaría de Movilidad y Transporte (Secretariat of Mobility and Transportation)|
|Mexico City||Secretaría de Movilidad de la CDMX (Secretariat of Mobility of Mexico City)|
|Netherlands||Rijksdienst voor het Wegverkeer (in Dutch) (vehicle registration and title) and Centraal Bureau voor de afgifte van Rijvaardigheidsbewijzen (in Dutch) (driver licensing)|
|Germany||Straßenverkehrsbehörde / Kraftfahrzeug-Zulassungsbehörde (in German)|
|France||D.R.I.R.E (in French)|
|Andorra||Government of Andorra (in Catalan)||plates provided by the Automobile club of Andorra|
|United Kingdom||Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)||Driver and Vehicle Agency in Northern Ireland|
|Spain||Directorate General of Traffic||Driver licensing and vehicle registration in Spain|
|Portugal||Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes (IMT)||Driver licensing and vehicle registration in Portugal|
|Romania||Direcția Regim Permise de Conducere și Înmatriculare a Vehiculelor (DRPCIV, Directorate of Driving Licence Regimes and Registration of Vehicles)||Driver licensing and vehicle registration in Romania|
|Russia||Main Directorate for Road Traffic Safety|
Organization within state government
The location of a department or division of motor vehicles within the structure of a state's government tends to vary widely.
In Kentucky, the Transportation Cabinet sets the policies and designs for licenses and vehicle registration; but the actual registration and licensing are handled by county clerks' (vehicle registration) and Circuit Court clerks' (drivers licensing) offices. Likewise, in Tennessee, the Department of Revenue and the Driver License Services Division of the Department of Safety and Homeland Security establishes policies and designs for licenses and vehicle registration, but the actual registration and licensing are handled by county clerks.
In the District of Columbia, which is not part of any state, the DMV (formerly the Bureau of Motor Vehicle Services) is part of the city government.
In Virginia, the Department of Motor Vehicles handles both driver licensing and vehicle registration, while the Virginia State Police and the Department of Environmental Quality administer safety inspection and emission inspection, respectively. The program is simply administered by the state; actual inspections are performed by specific authorized employees of privately owned gas stations and garages licensed by the state.
In some states, the DMV is not a separate cabinet-level department, but instead is a division or bureau within a larger department. Departments that perform DMV functions include the Department of Justice (Montana), the Department of Public Safety (Texas, Ohio), the Department of Revenue (Missouri, Kansas, and Colorado), and the Department of Transportation (Arizona, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin). In New Hampshire and Tennessee, the Division of Motor Vehicles and the Driver License Services Division, respectively, is a division of each state's Department of Safety (in Tennessee, Department of Safety and Homeland Security). In Vermont, the Department of Motor Vehicles is a subunit of the state Agency of Transportation.
Some states do not separate DMV functions into distinct organizational entities at all, but simply bundle them into responsibilities assigned to an existing government agency. For example, in the state of Washington, the Department of Licensing is responsible for driver's licenses and vehicle and boat registrations in addition to most other business and occupational licensing. In Maine, Michigan, and Illinois, the Secretary of State's offices perform responsibilities that would be handled by the DMV in other states.
Jurisdiction and exceptions
Almost all long-term residents ("long term" in this case means over 30 days) of a state who wish to operate motor vehicles must possess a driver's license issued by their state DMV, and their vehicles must show license plates (and current registration tags or stickers) issued by that agency.
Armed Forces active duty service members are an exception to this general rule; by federal law, servicemembers do not change legal residence when relocating to a new duty station unless they take voluntary action to do so. These individuals have the option of retaining the license and vehicle registration of their legal residence or obtaining a new license and registration locally. Some states also let out-of-state college students maintain their existing license and/or registration.
The federal government registers vehicles which it owns or leases through the General Services Administration (GSA), a federal agency, rather than with any state or territorial DMV. GSA contracts with Federal Prison Industries for the manufacturing of "U.S. Government" plates to be mounted on such vehicles. However, federal employees authorized to drive such vehicles must still be licensed by their home state or territory.
The Office of Foreign Missions at the U.S. Department of State has a Diplomatic Motor Vehicles program that issues driver's licenses to foreign diplomats and their dependents, registers their vehicles, and issues special diplomatic license plates.
Areas of responsibility
Driver's licenses and identification
In countries with no national identification card (like the United States), driver's licenses have often become the de facto identification card for many purposes, and DMV agencies have effectively become the agency responsible for verifying identity in their respective states, even the identity of non-drivers. The REAL ID Act of 2005 is an attempt to provide a national standard for identification cards in the United States as identification cards are commonly used in everyday life.
In some states, besides conducting the written and hands-on driving tests that are a prerequisite to earning a driver's license, DMVs also regulate private driving schools and their instructors. All DMVs issue their state's Driver's manual, which all drivers are expected to know and abide by. Knowledge of the driver's manual is tested prior to issuing a permit or license.
DMVs are responsible for providing an identification number for vehicles, either with a permanent vehicle registration plate or temporary tag. See also Vehicle registration plates of the United States. A vehicle registration program tracks detailed vehicle information, such as odometer history, to prevent automobile-related crimes such as odometer fraud.
Many DMVs allow third parties to issue registration materials. These may include companies that specialize in processing registration application paperwork (often called "tag agents") or car dealers. Tag agents are given direct access to DMV systems (as in Louisiana). Dealers often use their state DMV's electronic vehicle registration (EVR) program.
The certification of ownership of automotive vehicles is handled by each state's DMV normally by issuing a vehicle title. The types of vehicles certified by a DMV varies by state. While almost all DMVs title vehicles that are driven on roadways, the responsibility to title boats, mobile homes, and off-road vehicles can be the responsibility of other agencies such as a Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
As the issuer of vehicle titles, DMVs are also usually responsible for recording liens made with an automobile as collateral on a secured loan. Several DMVs provide an Electronic Lien and Title program for lienholders.
This article appears to contradict the article Implied consent. (February 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Duties of the DMV include enforcement of state and federal laws regarding motor vehicles. Many departments have sworn law enforcement officers who enforce DMV regulations that are codified in state law. In North Carolina, for example, the DMV contains an element known as "License and Theft." Stolen motor vehicles are tracked down by "Inspectors," sworn law enforcement officers of the state employed by the DMV, and suspected cases of fraudulent registrations, license plates, and/or theft of those elements are investigated. Inspectors also investigate independent inspection stations licensed by the DMV. At times, some of these stations violate DMV regulations codified by law. The most common of these violations is passing inspection for a vehicle with windows tinted below the legal limits. The penalty for such a violation is a $1000 fine and, for first time offenders, a revocation of the inspection permit for 30 days. Inspection stations face permanent permit revocation for subsequent offenses. In New York, the Division of Field Investigations (DFI) is the criminal investigations arm of the DMV. It employs investigators to combat auto theft, identity theft, and fraudulent document-related crimes that take place in New York. These investigators are armed New York State peace officers with statewide authority to enforce laws and handle investigations. In Texas, the Automobile Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority (ABTPA) educates Texans on how to protect themselves from motor vehicle theft and awards financial grants to curtail auto theft and burglary. The division is also involved in a program that helps to prevent stolen motor vehicles from entering Mexico.
Compared to standard law enforcement officers, DMV law enforcement agents operate with greater flexibility when it comes to their specific police powers. If a person under investigation by the DMV refuses to answer questions or meet with DMV law enforcement agents, their registration and tags may be canceled. Although a citizen has a constitutional right not to speak or meet with sworn law enforcement officers while under investigation, no constitutional right protects a person's motor vehicle registration with a state agency. Another example of this flexibility of police powers is found in the policies of many states regarding suspected DUI offenders. If a person is stopped by police under suspicion of driving while impaired, and refuses a breath test to determine blood alcohol content, the DMV automatically revokes that person's license for one year. Even if evidence of that person's impairment is found insufficient at trial, the individual loses their driving privileges simply for having refused the sobriety test.
In most states, a separate identification card indicating residency is optionally provided in the case that one does not have a driver's license.
A liquor identification is also provided in some jurisdictions for residents to affirm their age of majority to sellers of liquor, although a state-issued ID that proves the individual is over the legal drinking age often suffices. This is another measure to prevent minors from purchasing alcohol.
Equivalent agencies in other countries
- ACT - Road Transport Authority (Access Canberra)
- New South Wales - Transport for NSW (Roads & Maritime Services)
- Northern Territory - Motor Vehicle Registry
- Queensland - Department of Transport & Main Roads
- South Australia - Department for Infrastructure & Transport
- Tasmania - Transport Tasmania (Department of State Growth)
- Victoria - VicRoads (Department of Transport)
- Western Australia - Department of Transport
- Bulgaria - Traffic Police
- Czech Republic - Odbor dopravy Obecního úřadu obce s rozšířenou působností příslušný podle místa pobytu žadatele
- Estonia - Maanteeamet
- France - Agence Nationale des Titres Sécurisés (ANTS)
- Germany - Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (KBA), Straßenverkehrsbehörde (handles driver's license applications/vehicle registration, part of the city or county government), TÜV/DEKRA (making obligatory every two year check of cars)
- Ireland - Motor Tax Office
- Italy - Motorizzazione Civile
- Latvia CSDD Ceļu satiksmes drošības direkcija ( Road and traffic safety agency)
- Lithuania - State Enterprise REGITRA
- Norway - Statens vegvesen
- Portugal - Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes Terrestres
- Romania - Direcția regim permise de conducere și înmatriculare a vehiculelor (DRPCIV/SRPCIV)
- Spain - Dirección General de Tráfico
- Sweden – Swedish Transport Agency (Swedish: Transportstyrelsen)
- Switzerland – Although there is a federal transport department, which has offices in transportation and roads, there is no federal motor vehicle office. Such business is done locally in cantonal motoring office.
- Belize - individual city police departments
- Bolivia - transito of local police stations
- Brazil - At national level, DENATRAN (Departamento Nacional de Trânsito), that coordinates all governamental effort. But each state has its own DETRAN (such as DETRAN-SP, that belongs to state of São Paulo), that manages actual registration of vehicles, emission of driver's licenses, etc.
- Chile - local police
- Costa Rica - Consejo de Seguridad Vial
- Guatemala - Departamento de Transito
- Guyana - The Licene Office
- Ecuador - local commission de transito office
- El Salvador - Sertracen
- Mexico - Secretaría de Vialidad y Transporte (Secretariat of Traffic and Transportation; ran directly by the states rather than the federal government)
- Panama - Sertracen
- Surinam - Drivers License Department at Bureau Nieuwe Haven
- Hong Kong - Department of Transport
- India - As in other Commonwealth countries, each Indian state operates a Department of Transport. Some states, such as Maharashtra, call them Motor Vehicles Departments (MVDs) instead. These departments manage RTOs or Regional Transport Offices, which conduct licensing and registration activities.
- Iran - Ministry Of Roads And Transportation
- Israel - Ministry of Transport Licensing Authority
- Kuwait - Ministry of Interior General Directorate of Traffic (GDT)
- New Zealand - NZ Transport Agency
- Pakistan - National Highway Authority
- Philippines - Land Transportation Office
- Singapore - Land Transport Authority (LTA)
- South Korea - Driver's License Agency
- Dendle III, William; Josephson, Russ (1990). The Feasibility of Centralized Motor Vehicle Administration in Hawaii (PDF). Honolulu: Legislative Reference Bureau. pp. 16, 25. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
- "Driver's License". Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and Ordinances, Uniform Vehicle Code and Model Traffic Ordinance § 2-301(a) (Charlottesville (Va.): Michie Company, 1968), 15. Section 2-301(a) is as follows: "A department of the government of this State to be known as the 'department of motor vehicles' is hereby created."
- "State of Alabama Law Enforcement Agency". dps.alabama.gov. Archived from the original on 2013-01-24. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Motor Vehicle – Alabama Department of Revenue". revenue.alabama.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES". doa.alaska.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Motor Vehicle Services". www.azdot.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Motor Vehicle | Department of Finance and Administration". www.dfa.arkansas.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- Asp.state.ar.us – Divisions – HP Drivers Archived 2012-05-25 at the Wayback Machine
- California, State of. "CalSTA – CalSTA". calsta.ca.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Department of Revenue - Motor Vehicle |". www.colorado.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- Vehicles, Department of Motor. "Department of Motor Vehicles". www.ct.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles - Transportation Services General Information". www.dmv.de.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "| dmv". dmv.dc.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles". Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
- "Georgia Department Of Driver Services -". www.dds.ga.gov. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-07-26. Retrieved 2009-07-30.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- Dendle, III, William (1990). "The Feasibility of Centralized Motor Vehicle Administration in Hawaii" (PDF). IRB Hawaii. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- Idaho, State of. "DMV". Idaho Transportation Department. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- State, Illinois Secretary of. "The Official Website for the Illinois Secretary of State". www.cyberdriveillinois.com. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "BMV: BMV Home". www.in.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Iowa Department of Transportation". www.iowadot.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Kansas Department of Revenue - Division of Vehicles". www.ksrevenue.org. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Driver Licensing". Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- "Motor Vehicle Licensing". Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- "Driver License, ID Card, & General Information". ky.gov.
- "Motor Vehicle Licensing". ky.gov.
- "Expresslane | Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles". www.expresslane.org. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Bureau of Motor Vehicles". www.maine.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- Phan, Hien. "MVA". www.mva.maryland.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "MassDOT RMV". www.massrmv.com. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "SOS - Michigan Secretary of State". www.michigan.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "DVS Home - Pages - Driver and Vehicle Services - Home". dps.mn.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "DRIVER SELF-SERVICE PORTAL". www.msegov.com. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Tags and Titles". www.dor.ms.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- "Welcome - Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles". Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
- New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department (2013). "About Us". Retrieved 2 April 2013.
- "State of Oregon: Oregon DMV". oregon.gov.
- "Vehicle Title & Registration". tn.gov. Archived from the original on 2012-07-10. Retrieved 2012-07-10.
- "Driver Services: Driver Licenses and IDs". tn.gov. Archived from the original on 2013-01-09. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- "New TxDMV to provide same great service for Texas citizens" (PDF). Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. October 28, 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 7 June 2012. Retrieved 1 December 2009.
- "Utah Driver License Division - Utah Department of Public Safety". utah.gov. Archived from the original on 2012-12-22.
- "Utah DMV - Home". utah.gov.
- "WA State Licensing (DOL) Official Site: List of licenses". wa.gov.
- "PUBLIC LICENSE TAG AGENT". louisiana.gov.
- "North Carolina DMV Bureau of License and Theft". Archived from the original on 2011-06-04. Retrieved 2011-06-22.
- "Refuse Breathalyzer Test After Accident". Retrieved 2011-06-22.
- "Florida DUI Law Explained". Retrieved 2011-06-22.
- Dizaino Kryptis. "REGITRA". regitra.lt. Archived from the original on 2010-07-03.
- "Página inicial". www.denatran.gov.br. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
- Detran.sp.gov.br – Conheca – Organograma Archived 2008-05-05 at the Wayback Machine
- Dla.go.kr – Servlet/Main Archived 2007-01-23 at the Wayback Machine
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to DMV offices in the United States.|