Services offered by the Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles include vehicle registration applications, renewals and replacements; vehicle titling and transfer of titles; application, renewal and replacement of driver's licenses; and receiving of payments for traffic tickets and other violations. Guidelines on how to best be prepared for a DMV visit for one of these purposes can be found on DMV.org. This website also provides helpful tools and resources for individuals looking to acquire insurance or buy or sell a car.
In addition to providing the essential services, the Illinois DMV also offers commercial driving training and licensing, manages the state's driver's education program and maintains the emergency contact database and organ and tissue donor database. The DMV also develops and publishes various safety advisory documents and policies, including documents on school bus safety, traffic safety, teen driver safety and child passenger safety requirements.
The Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles is more commonly known as the Driver Services Department in the state of Illinois. The Driver Services Department is part of the office of the Secretary of State. The department issues licenses to more than 8.5 million Illinois drivers each year. It operates over 130 locations, including its two main administrative offices in Springfield and Chicago.