In Maryland, licensing and motor vehicles are handled by the Motor Vehicle Administration. There are two main types of service locations in the state. Determine the location you need to go to and make your plans to go to the MVA after that.
If you need a license, title, tag, or registration, go to one of the state's full-service locations where all of your needs will be handled. To find the location closest to you, go to the website. The wait times for the various services are displayed when you click on the location. You can find out how long it will take for license renewal, registration renewal or title services. This will enable you to decide whether it is a good day to visit the MVA or whether you need to wait for a less crowded day.
Visit a VEIP station for your emission tests. The state also has self-service VEIP kiosks. You can have your inspection done whenever you like because these kiosks are open twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, which helps you fit your emissions test into your busy life.
It is a good idea to be prepared in case you need to go in person to the MVA. It's simple to get ready before your visit thanks to the online document guide. Indicate what you need from the MVA when you visit the guide. You will get a printable checklist with everything you need for your visit after answering the questions. You can schedule an appointment for your service if it is available. Make an appointment using the online scheduling feature, then gather your documents for your visit.
You can make an appointment for various tests such as the CDL test, driver skills test, a hazmat endorsement, and law test re-test.
The MVA can be reached by phone or through the mail.
To reach the MVA through the mail, send your correspondence to:
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
6601 Ritchie Highway NE
Glen Burnie, MD 21062
If you want to call the MVA, dial: