Rhode Island DMV’s Wakefield branch to reopen Monday
SOUTH KINGSTOWN, RI (WLNE) – The Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced Friday that it will be reopening its Wakefield branch to in-person customer service.
The branch located at 4808 Tower Hill Road, in South Kingstown will reopen Monday.
Once the Wakefield branch reopens on Monday all in-person services will be reopened at all full-time Rhode Island DMV offices.
Customer service at all DMV locations remains to be appointment only. You can make an appointment on www.dmv.ri.gov.
Walk-in service is unavailable.
The Rhode Island DMV wants to remind residents that expiration dates for driver’s licenses, inspection stickers, and registrations that were due to expire from March through June have each been extended.
Individuals, businesses, and non-government agencies eligible for these extensions should delay visits to the Division’s headquarters or AAA Northeast offices as long as practical, the DMV says.
For details on deadlines and expiration dates, see here.
Registration renewals must now be completed online, by mail, or by making use of drop box located outside the main entrance of the Division’s headquarters located at 600 New London Ave. in Cranston.
Customers seeking to renew a registration or standard driver’s license can also make use of the drop box
Division customers can complete many transactions by mail or online: including renewing licenses, submitting CDL medical certifications, ordering custom plates, obtaining driver records, and changing addresses.
Customers making use of the mail or drop-box options are asked to include contact information – including an email address and phone number.