Gov. Malloy Announces Opening of DMV Express Center in Southington for License and ID Card Renewals
New Office Operated by AAA Provides Customers With More Convenient Options
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Commissioner Michael Bzdyra announced that effective today, a new DMV Express Center has opened in Southington, providing customers with a convenient location to renew driver’s licenses and identification cards.
Located at 755 Queen Street, the office is operated through a partnership with AAA Allied Group. It is the fifth DMV Express Center to open this year as a part of the agency’s continuing effort to improve customer service and provide more convenience for residents across the state.
The Southington office is open Mondays through Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
“This the fifth DMV office to open across the state this year as a part of our ongoing efforts to provide more convenience for the residents of our state,” Governor Malloy said. “This public-private partnership is serving as a model for how we can work together to make sure Connecticut residents receive the best possible services.”
“DMV has a very strong, longstanding relationship with AAA Club Allied Group,” Commissioner Michael Bzdyra said. “This latest DMV Express gives customers another convenient option to renew driver’s licenses, while at the same time reducing the strain on DMV locations in the area. The partnership is a testament to a great working partnership that offers innovation to better serve Connecticut residents.”The other DMV Express Centers that recently opened include locations in Milford and North Haven through a partnership with Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union, in West Haven through a partnership with the city’s chamber of commerce, and in Stamford through a partnership with The WorkPlace.