Connecticut DMV Locations
To obtain your first driver’s license or to renew it, you’ll need to visit a Connecticut DMV office. We’ve assembled a list of DMV locations across the state of Connecticut to help you find the office near you. Before making the trip, we suggest you give the branch a call to confirm their hours.
If you find any out of date information on the map or throughout the site please contact us and we’ll make any necessary updates.
Milford, CT 6460
Hartford, CT 6161
Wethersfield, CT 6161
New Milford, CT 6776
Stamford, CT 6902
Waterbury, CT 6704
Stamford, CT 6902
If for some reason the map is not working for you or if you prefer to have a text search feature, we have also included this simple table listing of all Connecticut DMV locations. This table lists the exact same information in the map but in a more searchable format.
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Want To Know More About The Connecticut DMV?
Connecticut DMV Online Services
Before you visit your nearest Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles you may want to have a look at their online services to see if you can access the necessary services via the website. Connecticut’s online services include:
- Registration renewals
- Registration and license plate cancellations
- Reprint registration
- Voter registration
You can find a full list of full of list of online services here.
Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles Services
While online services are convenient for some circumstances, visiting a DMV branch might be required for certain services including driver’s license renewals if you haven’t received an online renewal option. DMV services include:
- Driver’s license applications and renewals
- Request additional copies of vehicle registration
- State ID card application and renewal
- Change of address
- Organ donation forms
- Vehicle tabs
- Vehicle plates
- Request motor vehicle records
Before making the trip to your local office, you can use the Connecticut DMV website to schedule an appointment to avoid a long wait in line.
Contact the Connecticut DMV
The Department of Motor Vehicles in Connecticut is administered by the Connecticut Department of Revenue. The contact information for the office is listed below. The hours of operation are from 8am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
60 State Street
Wethersfield, CT 06161
Prepare To Earn Your Connecticut Driver’s License
If you are looking to earn your Connecticut driver’s license or driver’s permit for the first time, this site has practice test resources to help you become familiar with road signs, and the ins and outs of Connecticut’s driving laws. We provide tests for motorcycle endorsements, commercial driver’s licenses, and standard driving permits and licenses.
- Connecticut driver’s license and permit practice tests
- Connecticut CDL practice test
- Connecticut motorcycle license practice test
Connecticut DMV FAQ
According to the Connecticut DMV portal, you need the following items to renew your license.
- Bring your current license (which must be presented).
- The renewal application form that you received in the mail (if available).
- The fee for your renewal is indicated on your renewal notice.
Additional documentation required if applying for a REAL ID.
The application fee for a license is $40, while the actual license fee is $84.
You can only renew your license online in Connecticut if your renewal notice includes an online renewal redemption form. Otherwise, to renew a driver’s license or state ID in Connecticut, you must do so in person at a DMV branch office.