R.I DMV offers extended deadlines for licenses, registrations

CRANSTON, R.I. – In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the R.I DMV announced Monday, a 90-day grace period for driver’s licenses, permits, IDs, and vehicle registrations due to expire in March and April.

Those eligible for extension should wait to visit or send representatives to Division headquarters or AAA Northeast offices.

They are urged to wait until Governor Raimondo lifts the stay-at-home order amid the pandemic.

DMV Administrator Walter R. “Bud” Craddock previously extended March expirations for credentials, vehicle registrations and inspection stickers for 30 days – or until the end of April when applicable.

These extensions continue for an additional 60 days – or until the end of June.

©WLNE-TV/ABC6 2020

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