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What services are offered by the Washington, D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles?

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The Washington, D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles issues driver licenses, learner permits, provisional driver licenses and non-driver identification cards; registers vehicles and issues vehicle titles and tags; and receives payments for tickets issued to drivers and vehicles in Washington, D.C. It also regulates, issues permits and licenses to or receives reports from various businesses, including vehicle dealers, commercial carriers and vehicle insurance companies.

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Drivers who receive tickets can pay or contest parking, photo enforcement and minor moving violation tickets at DMC.DC.gov. Drivers and vehicle owners can sign up to for automatic email alerts if cars they own are cited for parking violations and to be alerted about hearings, payments and other events related to tickets. The DMV issues various types of parking permits for use in the district, including residential, visitor, contractual employee and health care provider parking permits.

At DMC.DC.gov, people can notify the DMV of changes of their addresses, schedule road tests, locate towed vehicles or register to vote as of 2015. This website also features information about various services provided by the DMV and about many topics as they relate to local government, such as consumer protection, doing business in the district, social services, and housing and property.

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