Licensing, titling, registration, and tags in the state of West Virginia are all handled by the Division of Motor Vehicles. Visit one of the regional offices if you need any of these services. You won’t have to go far to get to your local office because these offices are dispersed throughout the state.
The state also provides online services. These services are popular among West Virginia residents because they are fast and easy to use. Online services are available for both vehicles and drivers.
In West Virginia, it is simple to take care of your vehicle’s needs online. With online services, you can:
You can use the online services for drivers as well. You can:
The state intends to introduce more driver’s services soon.
A standard license or a Real ID, which complies with the federal guidelines outlined in the Real ID Act, are two options when you apply for a driver's license in West Virginia. Since new regulations took effect in 2020, you need a Real ID to board a flight or enter a federal building.
You can mail or call the DMV.
5707 MacCorkle Ave. SE
Charleston, WV 25317
Toll-free for West Virginia residents: 800-642-9066
Hearing Impaired: 800-742-6991