Delegate McClellan Helps Celebrate DMV Partnership

Event promotes DMV mobile service at University of Richmond

Delegate Jennifer McClellan was among numerous dignitaries who participated in a DMV ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday celebrating a partnership between DMV’s mobile office, called DMV 2 Go, and the University of Richmond (UR).

DMV is committed to providing services on college campuses across the Commonwealth through the DMV 2 Go program. DMV 2 Go offers a convenient way for students, faculty and staff at UR to conduct DMV business between classes or at another convenient time during the day.

DMV 2 Go is a handicapped-accessible, full service office on wheels provides all DMV transactions including applying for and renewing driver’s licenses and ID cards. Customers can also change their address or purchase a special license plate.

“This is an example of government being effective,” said Delegate McClellan. “Not only can you take care of your cars here, but we you also register to vote and we have a very important election coming up. Soon, you will be able to get vital records here.”

DMV staff conducted more than 130 transactions during Friday’s visit including a driver’s license application for the University’s new Vice President Dave Hale, who recently relocated from New York, and several knowledge and road tests for international students applying for Virginia drivers’ licenses.

“When visiting college campuses in the past, two of the most popular transactions include Virginia driver’s licenses, ID cards and personalized plates,” said DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb. “We are happy to be able to bring our services directly to busy students and faculty.”

You can view and search the schedule for all five of the DMV 2 Go mobile offices online at: www.dmvNOW.com/dmv2go.