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TRENTON - New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Sue Fulton today May 22 that all agency, road testing, and inspections facilities will remain closed until at least, June 8. The closures are part of the Murphy Administration’s ongoing efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

According to a release, many MVC customer functions can be completed through the dommission’s online services, which remain operational 24/7 and have been expanded. Most renewals of driver licenses, non-driver IDs, and registrations – including, for the first time, some commercial registrations – can be processed online at NJMVC.gov.

Customers can also change their address, pay fees, and access other services online.

Record numbers of customers have utilized the convenience of MVC online services during the closures, including driver license and registration renewals.

For drivers with suspended licenses, email is the best means to seek to get licenses restored if they are eligible. Drivers who have been notified of suspension for failure to maintain insurance may get more information by emailing UM.info@mvc.nj.gov. Other drivers who believe they are eligible for restoration should email Suspension.Info@mvc.nj.gov.

Working with Gov. Murphy, Chief Administrator Fulton ordered the initial closure of agencies and inspection stations March 15. Expiration dates for driver licenses, registrations, inspection stickers, and temporary tags issued through August were recently extended (see NJMVC.gov for details).

Customers should check NJMVC.gov for the latest information and updates.

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