Department of Motor Vehicles

Department of Motor Vehicles

Our local DMV continues to be closed to the public, but we are continuing to process dealer work and mail. No in-person transactions will be done until further notice.

Option 1 - You can wait until April 19, 2020:  The Governor’s Executive Order has extended the following transactions through April 19, 2020: 

  • Expiration date for driver’s licenses and non-driver’s ID cards that expire on or after March 1, 2020 
  • Expiration date for the registrations of motor vehicles, trailers, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and ATV’s that expire on or after March 1, 2020.

Option 2 - Go online to process your transactions. Just remember that in doing so none of your money stays in Cayuga County; it all goes to the state. 

Note: If you decide to create an online MyDMV account, you will no longer receive paper reminders; you will get email alerts. And make sure that you use the official NYS DMV website; there are many fake ones out there!!

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