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Oct
21

New York extends vehicle inspection, registration expiration dates again

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ALBANY – New York has again extended the expiration date of annual vehicle inspections, registrations and driver’s licenses that otherwise would have lapsed during the coronavirus pandemic, validating them for at least another month.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order early Monday making the change, allowing the documents to remain valid until Nov. 3. The order, which had been set to expire Monday, applies only to those that lapsed since March.

But the order made clear expired registrations and non-driver identification cards — which can be renewed entirely online  — will not be extended again beyond Nov. 3.

It made no such declaration about vehicle inspections and driver’s licenses, allowing the possibility that portion of the order could be extended again.

Cuomo first paused the expiration dates in March at a time when the state was hit harder by COVID-19 than any other state in the nation. He has extended his order several times since.

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New York inspection shops had performed 739,000 fewer inspections from March through August 2020 than they had the same period the prior year, according to the state DMV.

Inspection stations have been asking the state for clarity regarding the inspection order, noting they will need advance notice when it expires to ensure a flood of drivers needing their cars inspected don’t overwhelm the shops.

The DMV, meanwhile, has been urging drivers to get their vehicles inspected even while Cuomo’s order remains in place.

In recent weeks, the DMV’s expiration notices have stopped notifying drivers of Cuomo’s extension, instead simply notifying drivers of their pending expiration date. 

“The required annual New York State inspection is due by 10/31/2020 for the registration listed below,” a recent notice reads.

The state allows drivers to renew their license online without having to visit a DMV office, though a driver has to go to a certified eye doctor to receive an eye exam.

Vehicle registrations can be renewed entirely online. Inspections must happen at a certified inspection shop.

More: New York eased auto inspections during COVID-19. What happens when they come back?

Jon Campbell is a New York state government reporter for the USA TODAY Network. He can be reached at JCAMPBELL1@Gannett.com or on Twitter at @JonCampbellGAN.

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  • Secretary of State Alert

    Secretary of State offices are open. To protect staff and public health, offices will only provide services by appointment, and only offer critical services that cannot be completed online, by mail or at a self-service station. Advance appointments become available six months ahead of time. Next-day appointments become available for booking the previous weekday at 8 a.m. and noon. Many transactions can be completed from home by mail or using online services. Vehicle registration tabs can be printed immediately at any of our self-service stations.


    **NOTE: Gov. Whitmer signed legislation that temporarily extends the expirations of all Michigan driver’s licenses, state IDs and vehicle registrations through September 30.  


    **NOTE: From Aug. 24, through Sept. 30, all branch offices will extend hours until 7 p.m. to offer special appointments for residents to renew driver’s licenses or state ID cards that expire between Jan. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020, and require a branch visit. Customers with driver’s licenses or state ID cards that meet that criteria can schedule an appointment between 4 and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday from Aug. 24 through Sept. 30, 2020. To make an appointment, visit Michigan.gov/SOSAppointments or call 888-SOS-MICH (767-6424).


     


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Sep
14

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    30

    Arizona MVD Locations & Opening Hours Near Me

    COVID-19 Effects on DMV Services

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, state DMVs nationwide have closed office locations, extended license and registration expiration dates, and/or limited the transactions they are processing. Residents are urged to use the state’s online services. Follow the MVD’s recent updates for the latest information.

    Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) Office Locations

    The Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) has office branches located across the state, allowing you to take care of several driver and vehicle-related tasks in person.

    To find the nearest MVD office, simply type your zip code in the search bar above, or click on your city or county of residence below.

    Arizona MVD Office Services

    Arizona MVD offices provide a variety of helpful vehicle and driver services, including (but not limited to):

    • Applying for a standard driver’s license or learner’s permit:
    • AZ ID card application.
    • Vehicle services, such as:

    Skip the Lines

    To save yourself some time, before heading out to your local MVD office, consider:

    • Making an appointment ahead of time.
    • Using the online services provided by the AZ Motor Vehicle Division, possibly avoiding a trip to the MVD office altogether.

    AZ CDL Testing Sites

    In Arizona, only certain MVD offices and affiliates can assist you with getting a commercial driver license. You can choose to visit a:

    Arizona Emissions Testing

    If you live in Phoenix or Tucson, or you regularly commute to those areas, your car must pass emissions inspections throughout the years it’s registered in Arizona. Take a look at the designated inspection sites in your city, so you can get your car registered without issue.

    Third-Party Offices Offering AZ MVD Services

    If the location of an official Arizona Motor Vehicle Division office branch isn’t convenient for you to get to, you can visit an authorized third-party office.

    The MVD provides a list of authorized third-party offices offering driver and vehicle services, including (but not limited to):

    • Written and road exam testing.
    • Title replacement.
    • Vehicle registration renewal.
    • State ID card application.

    Check with the third-party office closest to you for specifics on which services are offered.

    There are a variety of ways to contact the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division main offices.

    If you’re more comfortable using a computer, consider e-mailing the MVD.

    To reach the MVD by phone, call the phone number below applicable to your area of residence:

    • Phoenix: (602) 255-0072.
    • Tucson: (520) 629-9808.
    • Anywhere else in AZ: (800) 251-5866.
    • Hearing impaired:
      • In Phoenix: (602) 712-3222.
      • Anywhere else in Arizona: (602) 712-3222.

    If you’d like to write in to the MVD main offices, send your mail to:

    Arizona Department of Transportation
    Motor Vehicle Division
    4005 N. 51st Avenue
    MD 555M
    Phoenix, AZ 85031

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    Aug
    20

    Arizona Vehicle Registration Renewal & Info

    COVID-19 Effects on Licensing Services

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, state DMVs nationwide have closed office locations, extended license and registration expiration dates, and/or limited the transactions they are processing. Residents are urged to use the state’s online services. Follow the MVD’s recent updates for the latest information.

    Introduction

    Arizona requires all residents to register their vehicles with Arizona’s Motor Vehicle Division (MVD). Residents are also required to maintain a valid registration on vehicles by renewing before the end of their registration cycles.

    New to Arizona?

    You need a first-time registration when you purchase a car or move to a new state. Learn everything you need to know about first-time registration on our Car Registration page.

    Arizona Registration Renewal Cycles

    Vehicles registered in AZ fall under one of three possible renewal cycles:

    • 1 year renewal
    • 2 years renewal
    • 5 years renewal

    NOTE: Vehicles that only receive a “basic” emissions test, along with out-of-state exemptions, are NOT eligible for either renewal of 2 years or 5 years.

    Five-Year Renewal

    The following types of vehicles are eligible for a renewal of 5 years:

    • New vehicles that have not been registered in AZ or any other state before.
    • Vehicles registered outside of the Tucson and Phoenix metro areas.
    • Vehicles manufactured in 1966 or earlier.
    • Motorcycles 
    • Hydrogen, solar, and electric-powered vehicles.

    AZ Registration Renewal Notice

    The MVD will send you a renewal notice several weeks before your registration’s expiration date.

    Your notice will include:

    • Your renewal fee.
    • Taxes due.
    • “Renew by” date (either the 15th of the month or last day of the month during the year in which you must renew).
    • Emissions testing requirement.
    • Outstanding issues (unpaid tickets or fines) that may prevent you from renewing.

    Didn’t Receive a Renewal Notice?

    You do not need an MVD renewal notice to renew your AZ registration. You are, however, responsible for renewing your registration on time even if you do not receive a renewal reminder.

    If you didn’t receive a notice, contact your local MVD office or call the MVD help desk at (800) 251-5866 for help on how to proceed with renewing your registration.

    Renewing Your Arizona Car Registration

    Arizona provides four options for renewing your registration: online, by phone, by mail, and in person.

    DID YOU KNOW?: Proof of car insurance may be REQUIRED when renewing your registration!

    Compare rates and buy your policy online: Open the Insurance Center >>

    Renew Online

    You should receive your new registration and sticker by mail in about 5 business days. Contact your local MVD office to check your registration renewal status if you do not receive your registration documents in a timely fashion.

    Renew by Phone

    • Complete a vehicle emissions inspection, if applicable (the MVD is automatically notified of the result).
    • Call (888) 713-3031.
    • Enter requested identification information from your renewal notice or current registration.
    • Pay your renewal fee using a credit or debit card.

    Renew by Mail

    • Complete a vehicle emissions inspection, if applicable (the MVD is automatically notified of the result).
    Aug
    18

    The New York Times – Breaking News, World News & Multimedia

    “We the people call the 48th quadrennial Democratic National Convention to order.” ♫ “… and the home of the brave.” ♫ “Welcome to our convention across America. We had hoped to gather in one place, but instead, we figured out a safe and responsible way to come together to share our ideas and talk about the future of our country.” “George should be alive today. Breonna Taylor should be alive today. Ahmaud Arbery should be alive today. Eric Garner should be alive today. Stephon Clark, Atatiana Jefferson, Sandra Bland. They should all be alive today. Please join me in a moment of silence.” “My dad, Mark Anthony Urquiza, should be here today. But he isn’t. He had faith in Donald Trump. He voted for him, listened to him, believed him and his mouthpieces when they said that coronavirus was under control and going to disappear, that it was OK to end social distancing rules before it was safe, and that if you had no underlying health conditions you’d probably be fine. My dad was a healthy 65-year-old. His only pre-existing condition was trusting Donald Trump — and for that he paid with his life.” “I’m a lifelong Republican, but that attachment holds second place to my responsibility to my country. That’s why I’ve chosen to appear at this convention. In normal times, something like this would probably never happen. But these are not normal times.” “At its most basic, this election is about preserving our democracy. During this president’s term, the unthinkable has become normal. He has tried to prevent people from voting, undermined the U.S. Postal Service, deployed the military and federal agents against peaceful protesters, threatened to delay the election and suggested that he will not leave office if he loses. Nero fiddled while Rome burned. Trump golfs. His actions fanned this pandemic, resulting in over 170,000 deaths and a nation still unprepared to protect its people.” “Empathy — that’s something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. The ability to walk in someone else’s shoes. The recognition that someone else’s experience has value too. But right now, kids in this country are seeing what happens when we stop requiring empathy of one another. They’re looking around wondering if we’ve been lying to them this whole time about who we are and what we truly value. They see people shouting in grocery stores, unwilling to wear a mask to keep us all safe. They see people calling the police on folks minding their own business just because of the color of their skin. So let me be as honest and clear as I possibly can. Donald Trump is the wrong president for our country. He has had more than enough time to prove that he can do the job, but he is clearly in over his head. He cannot meet this moment. He simply cannot be who we need him to be for us. It is what it is. So if you take one thing from my words

    Aug
    14

    New York DMV | How to register a vehicle

     This page was updated for COVID-19.

    Register and title a passenger or commercial car, truck, motorcycle or SUV

    You must register your vehicle

    You or your business must register and title any vehicle you own or lease. Registrations do not need to be in the owner’s name, or for only one person. When you purchase a new vehicle through an auto dealership, the auto dealer can register and title the vehicle, and issue plates (and charge a fee for this).

    Office procedures have changed due to COVID-19.

    We recommend you conduct your DMV business at the office or by mail in the County where you are a resident.

    See instructions and reservation information for your county

     

    See more information about registering different types of vehicles and special situations.

    Step 1: Get your vehicle insured

    You must register your vehicle at the DMV within 180 days of the effective date on your insurance ID card.

    Learn more about NY State Insurance Requirements.

    Step 2: Gather the required documents

    See what documents you need to register

    Complete DMV’s Document Guide for a full checklist of the the correct proofs of identification and other documents you need before you come to a DMV office.

    DMV Document Guide for Registrations

    Here is more information about what you will need

    1. a completed Application for Vehicle Registration (PDF) (MV-82)
    2. a completed Statement of Transaction – Sale or Gift of a Motor Vehicle, Trailer, All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV), Vessel (Boat), or Snowmobile (PDF) (DTF-802)
    3. your New York State License/Non-Driver ID (must be current or not expired for more than 2 years) or other acceptable proof for New York State vehicle registrations or title certificates
    4. Bill of sale and proof of sales tax payment/sales tax form 
    5. Original title (or other proof of ownership) – see acceptable proofs of ownership
    6.  Payment of fees and taxes or proof of an exemption
    7. The current NY State Insurance ID card (auto liability insurance) – see NY State Insurance Requirements

     

    Step 3: Submit your required documents to the DMV

    Office procedures have changed due to COVID-19.

    We recommend you conduct your DMV business at the office or by mail in the County where you are a resident.

    See instructions and reservation information for your county

     

    Step 4: Get these documents from the DMV

    We will give (or mail within 1-2 weeks) these documents when you register

    • 1 or 2 vehicle plates (unless you transfer a registration from another vehicle registered in New York)
    • registration window sticker
    • registration document
    • 10-day inspection extension sticker (if you did not get the vehicle from a New York State auto dealer)

     

    If applicable, we will also send you a new title certificate (within 90 days).

     

    Step 5: Get your vehicle inspected

    All vehicles registered in New York State must get a safety inspection at a DMV-licensed inspection station

    • every 12 months
    • when the ownership of the vehicle is transferred

    Learn more about inspection requirements.

     

    Fees and payment types

    Fees

    The fees depend on the vehicle weight and where you live. First-time registration fees normally

    Aug
    11

    New York DMV | Registrations

     This page was updated for COVID-19.

    Your ‘registration‘ is the sticker placed on your windshield and the paper registration certificate that you must keep in your vehicle. 

    You or your business must register and title any vehicle you own or lease. Registrations do not need to be in the owner’s name, or for only one person. Auto dealers can register and title vehicles, and issue plates (and charge a fee for this).

    See information about vehicle plates or vehicle titles.

     

    Vehicles already registered in New York

    Renew

    You can renew your registration online and print a 10 day document to use until your new registration arrives in the mail. Please note: If your vehicle has been altered or stretched to increase the number of passengers or if there are other special circumstances, you cannot renew your registration online. See additional information and other ways to renew a registration.

    Renew registration online

     

    Other transactions

    Suspensions

    See information on registration suspensions due to

    Register a vehicle in New York

    You must register any vehicle owned by you or your business. 2 

    Cars, trucks, SUVs, vans and motorcycles 3

    Recreational vehicles

    Trailers, agricultural and farm vehicles


    Special situations

    See what you need to register 

    Complete DMV’s Document Guide to make sure you have the correct proofs of identification and other documents before you come to the DMV.

     

    Find your proofs for registration

     

    Transfer the registration from another vehicle you own

    After you sell or give away a vehicle, you can transfer the registration and vehicle plates to another vehicle you own. You must bring all of the documents required to register a vehicle, along with a completed Statement of Transaction (if this is a vehicle you have just purchased and do not currently have the title or transferable registration in your name), to a DMV office.

     

    More information

     

    Resources

     

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