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DMV Long Island New York

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Whether you are selling your car, renewing your registration or changing your address, chances are you will probably need to make the dreaded visit to your local Department of Motor Vehicles or DMV office. Or do you? There are now numerous forms located on the website that offer a variety of services you can complete from the comfort of your own home. Here’s the information you need.

If you are looking for the closest DMV on Long Island…here is a list of the top locations on Long Island. New York’s Department of Motor Vehicles has eight offices throughout Suffolk and Nassau counties.

Garden City

801 Axinn Avenue ,Garden City NY  11530


927 Carmans Road, Massapequa, NY  11758


813 New York Avenue, Huntington, NY  11743


4031 Hempstead Turnpike, Bethpage, NY  11714


Veterans Highway, County Access Road, Hauppauge, NY (Court Building, 1st floor)

Port Jefferson    

1055 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY  11776


2799 Route 112, Medford, NY  11763


200 Old Country Road, Riverhead, NY  11901

Numerous motor vehicle forms, government forms and applications can be accessed via the state department of motor vehicle website,  or call (718) 477-4820 for more information.  Register for my.dmv for access to online services such as change of address, driving records, signing up to become an organ donor or paperless reminder services for inspections and registration renewals. You can now sign up for and keep track of your teen’s driving record with Teen Electronic Event Notification Service (TEENS). This program will alert you to any changes to your child’s driving record. Payments can be made online with your Visa, American Express, Discover or Mastercard. Spanish speaking citizens can access the site in Espanol by clicking here.

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