Albany, NY (February 28, 2014)
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today unveiled dmv.ny.gov, a new, redesigned website for the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that will allow customers to order replacement driver licenses and renew registration on mobile devices, make online reservations for DMV visits, as well as more easily utilize 35 other DMV services online. Additionally, users can sign up for mobile alerts to be reminded when registration and vehicle inspection deadlines approach.
“This new website is a one stop shop for DMV resources – updated to match the ever changing ways New Yorkers use technology to access information in the 21st century,” Governor Cuomo said. “This redesign is another step in the state’s effort to make government more innovative, efficient and available to the people it serves.”
The new website improves two of the most popular online customer service transactions, registration renewal and replacement driver license, learner permit or non-driver ID cards, which now have an optimized look and feel for use on mobile devices. It also lets users more easily find specific online transactions and make a reservation at any state-run DMV office.
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