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Schedule your DMV appointment online

Make or change an appointment

Schedule your DMV appointment online

Make, change, or cancel a DMV appointment

 

The DMV offers in-person, appointment-only services for specific transactions. Please review the services below to make a specific testing appointment—be sure to select the correct appointment type to avoid a cancellation.

 

 

Here are some tips for scheduling your appointment:

  • Check back often. Appointments are added regularly.
  • Check availability at neighboring locations.

 

Steps to follow before you schedule your appointment:

Services vary by location. Click here to view services offered at each location. Select your appointment type after verifying the service is available at the desired location.

Know before you go
  • A valid email and/or mobile phone number is required to create an appointment.
  • Appointments are only valid for the selected service.
  • The DMV will only conduct appointments or transactions for one person at a time.
  • You may need multiple appointments to handle multiple transactions or issues.
  • Be sure to double-check the acceptable forms of identification and ensure you have all required documents prior to starting the application process.
  • If you need further assistance, please contact us.

Tell us about the appointment you would like to make (if new) or the appointment you have (if you need to cancel/reschedule).

Select an appointment type


Explore the DMV’s knowledge test online scheduling page for details on making, changing, or cancelling a knowledge test appointment, for the following:

  • Learner's permit (for non-commercial drivers)
  • Commercial learner’s permit (CLP)
  • Motorcycle learner’s permit

You can also retrieve your PIN or reprint confirmation of a previously scheduled knowledge test appointment.
Learn more about getting a learner’s permit for teen drivers or for adults, a commercial learner’s permit, or a motorcycle learner’s permit

 

Schedule a road test (for non-commercial drivers)

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Explore the DMV’s road test online scheduling page for details on making, changing, or cancelling a road test (your on-the-road driving test) appointment, as well as ways to retrieve your PIN or reprint confirmation of a previously-scheduled road test appointment, or to log-in as a driving school.

Learn more about what a road test evaluates and how to pass.

Please note:
Please wear a facial covering for all road tests.

To request a road test appointment (for commercial drivers), email the required form to the DMV

GET FORM
Step 1: Pass a written commercial drivers knowledge test and get a commercial learner’s permit (CLP). The CLP needs to be held for 14 days prior to taking an on-the-road driving test. Learn more about commercial learner’s permits. 

Step 2: Verify that you have completed the entry-level driver training (ELDT). Learn more about ELDT.

Step 3: Complete the required form (above).

Step 4: E-mail the required form to the Driver Education and Testing Unit at dmv-detu@ct.gov.

Step 5: The DMV will confirm your appointment within 3 business days.
Please note:
Please wear a facial covering for all road tests.

You may book an appointment online to complete the following registration-related services at a DMV office:

Please note:
These appointments are NOT for dealerships or titling services. Select Dealerships and title services in the drop down for dealership and title services (i.e., vehicle registrations).

You may book an appointment online to complete the following CDL-related services at a DMV office:

  • Schedule appointment to upgrade CDL or add an endorsement (must have already passed all CDL knowledge and road tests)
  • Repay your CDL road test fee
  • CDL renewal
Please note:
Hazmat endorsement renewals are processed at the Bridgeport, Danbury, Enfield, Hamden, Norwalk, Old Saybrook, Waterbury, Wethersfield, and Willimantic DMV offices.
Dealerships may use the DMV’s online system to register their customer’s new vehicle. These appointments are ONLY for dealerships that need to register their customers’ vehicles, and there are no in-person visits to the Dealer and Repairer Unit. 
Please note:
Dealerships and companies offering titling services can have up to two appointments scheduled simultaneously. Once appointments are completed, new ones can be scheduled accordingly.

Make an appointment at a Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union office (limited services)

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The AAA and Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union offices are express offices that offer limited services. Before making an appointment at these locations, please review the services offered at these locations.

Note: No other services are provided at these offices. AAA offices and Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union offices charge a convenience fee per DMV transaction. At AAA offices, the fee is $6 for AAA members and $8 for non-AAA members per DMV transaction. At Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union offices, the fee is $8 per DMV transaction, and the fee is waived for credit union members. 

 

List of services offered at these locations:

  • REAL ID 
    • driver's license renewals (U.S. citizens only) 
    • non-driver ID renewals (U.S. citizens only) 
  • Driver’s license 
    • renewals 
    • duplicates 
    • name changes 
  • Learner’s permit 
    • duplicates 
    • name changes 
  • Non-driver ID 
    • renewals 
    • duplicate 
    • name changes 
  • Driving history
Please note:
For required identity verification documents needed for these services, please see the REAL ID document checklist: English version (PDF) | Spanish version (PDF)