- Associated Press - Monday, June 26, 2017

CRANSTON, R.I. (AP) - Rhode Islanders who want to do in-person business with the state Division of Motor Vehicles are being asked to make reservations while the agency transitions to its long-delayed new computer system.

All customers seeking to conduct transactions at certain branches from must first secure a reservation through the DMV website’s customer reservations portal. Visitors will then be transferred to a third-party website where they can search for available service dates, times and locations.

Reservations will be required at the Cranston branch from July 5 through July 17.

Reservations will be needed at the Middletown and Woonsocket offices from July 13 through July 17.

All branches will return to their normal operating schedules and walk-in service beginning July 18.

Many DMV transactions can be conducted online or via mail.


Online: Rhode Island DMV, https://www.dmv.ri.gov/rims

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