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Motor Vehicle Commission reopens, but not for all transactions

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission offices reopened on Monday, but not for all transactions.

News 12 Staff

Jun 29, 2020, 3:04 PM

Updated 1,479 days ago

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New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission offices reopened on Monday, but not for all transactions.
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Road testing and Inspections resumed, but in-person transactions, which were scheduled to also start, have been delayed until July 7.
Motor Vehicle Chief Administrator Sue Fulton says its text notification system still needs to undergo final testing. The system will check customers in and keep track of how many people are in the building at a given time. This will need to be done to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
At the Kilmer Road facility in Edison, people were ready and waiting around sunrise. Drivers filled the shoulder waiting to finally take care of their vehicle inspection.

“Just trying to get out here and make sure things are up to date,” says Tremayne Reid, of Dunellen. “Came out early, and it's not early enough it seems."
Most licenses, IDs, registrations, and other documents scheduled to expire after March 13 have been extended to July 31 or later. 
During the month of July, the Motor Vehicle Commission will be closed on Mondays to allow health and safety assessments.
Customers are urged to continue to use NJMVC.gov to renew or replace licenses, renew or replace registrations, or change their address.


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