Friday, September 3, 2010

DMV to Open Sunday and Labor Day

Good news for Loudoun County drivers who needed to visit the Department of Motor Vehicles this week but couldn't renew or get licenses because of the computer outages that affected several state agencies, including the DMV.

Governor Bob McDonnell announced yesterday that Virginia's DMV customer service centers will be open both Sunday and Labor Day in order to help process the backlog in license applications resulting from last week's unprecedented computer issues.

Extended hours will also be in place the weekend of September 11 and 12 to further assist Virginians. The announcement adds to the previous day's notice of extended Thursday, Friday and Saturday hours at DMV for this weekend.

McDonnell remarked, "It is imperative that we take every step necessary to assist Virginians inconvenienced by the recent computer issues that impacted 13 percent of the Commonwealth's file servers. In order to assist Virginians who need to return to the DMV for a license I have ordered select customer service centers to open this Sunday, as well as on Labor Day. In addition, our centers will also have extended hours the following weekend."

For more detailed information about DMV hours, addresses and directions go to

*The 14 DMV locations that will have extended hours Saturday, Sunday and Monday:
Abingdon, Alexandria, Charlottesville, Chesapeake, Chesterfield, Fair Oaks (10:30 to 6:30), Hampton, Harrisonburg, Leesburg, Lynchburg, Richmond-Broad Street, Roanoke, Virginia Beach- Buckner, and Woodbridge

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