The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles offers learner's permit testing, commercial driver's licenses, vehicle registrations, non-driver identification cards and driver's license renewals. The Connecticut DMV also handles vehicle dealer and repairer certifications.
Connecticut residents can use the DMV's website to access several driver's license services without visiting a DMV office. Residents can schedule an appointment for their learner's permit tests, check the status of their drivers' licenses, pay driving infraction tickets or take the commercial driver self-certification examination.
The DMV also offers vehicle services online, including cancelling registration on vehicles, checking vehicle registration status, renewing registration, ordering special license plates and reprinting registration certificates. Residents can follow a link on the website to sign up for official email notifications, including vehicle registration renewal notices. Residents that prefer to visit the DMV office can check wait times on the DMV's website.
Residents can find answers to frequently asked questions on the DMV's website. The website has information on registering boats and motorcycles, organ donation, obtaining permanent or temporary disabled parking permits, and the state's fee and payment schedule. Commercial drivers can find information on getting their medical certification for their licenses. Driver's with restricted driving privileges can access information on the state's Ignition Interlock Device Program.