➤ For the health and safety of the public as well as our employees, some services including road tests are postponed until further notice. All offices remain closed with exception of those offering "appointment-only" Learner's Permit Knowledge Testing. For all DMV service updates, visit

➤ Extensions provided for renewals of driver’s licenses, non-driver ID cards, vehicle registrations, emissions testing and other credentials, expiring between March 10 and June 30. For details, visit

➤ Vehicle and boat registration drop-off services are available at DMV’s Enfield, Old Saybrook and Waterbury locations. Learn More

➤ Many DMV services remain available online, by phone and through the mail. For details, visit

The DMV’s staff is working diligently to reduce its backlog and to provide critical services to essential businesses. Transactions are being completed as quickly as possible, in the order in which they are received. The average turnaround time is approximately 20 business days. The DMV appreciates the public’s patience as it navigates through the COVID-19 pandemic.

How to Join the Donor Registry
Registering as an organ and tissue donor is easy! Over 1 million Connecticut residents have already declared their decision to donate.

There are several ways to join the donor registry:
Online. Visit the Donate Life New England website and follow the instructions. 
Through the mail.  You can change your donor status by completing DMV's Change of Address form - For Individuals | For Organizations.
Mail completed form to DMV at:

Department of Motor Vehicles
60 State Street 
Wethersfield,  CT  06101-5070
Attn: Data Entry Change of Address Unit

In person. When you obtain or renew your driver's license at any DMV service location.  See the list of DMV service locations
Please Note: 
The Donor Registry is a database that the local organ procurement organization will reference to determine an individual’s donation decision. Being included in the Donor Registry is legal consent for organ and tissue donation.  Remember to discuss your decision with your family.

To learn more, please visit links to additional organ and tissue donor information or see frequently asked questions


One decision to join the Donor Registry can save and improve the lives of more than 50 people.