Appointments can be made for DMV office locations in most states either by phone or online. Contact the local DMV office for information regarding how to schedule an appointment or to schedule a driving test or written exam.
To make an appointment to the California Department of Motor Vehicles, visit their website and click on the button that says you want an office visit or a driving test. Fill out the information required on the next page and click on the Submit button to complete the reservation.
Most states offer online appointment scheduling for DMV-related tasks such as driving tests and written exams. To check if a state has an appointment system, individuals can use the DMV Office Finder on DMV.org.
On the California DMV website, the online appointment system can be accessed under the "Online Services" header. Users can visit dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv, place their mouse pointer over the "Online Services" link to view a row of available options and then select "Appointments."
Call, email or visit the website for your state's Department of Motor Vehicles to establish an appointment for your driving test. Some states, such as California and Florida, permit online scheduling of appointments, while some states require you to call or send an appointment request in an email.
In most cases, individuals can schedule a driving test online through their state's official website by calling the number provided and speaking with a representative, but each state DMV differs in its exact process. Typically, individuals can also schedule tests in person at a local DMV location.
Every state's Department of Motor Vehicles now offers road test appointment scheduling via the Internet. Appointments may also be made via telephone for those without Internet access.
To contact the Department of Motor Vehicles, visit the website of your local DMV office, and then click on the Contact Us link to view the available contact options. The Contact Us link provides telephone numbers of local DMV offices as well as hours of availability.
As of September 2015, The California Department of Motor Vehicles has 179 offices across the entire state, including in Bakersfield, Long Beach, Napa, Rancho Cucamonga and Pasadena. California residents can use the DMV website to find locations alphabetically or by proximity to a specific location.
A DMV record typically includes a history of the driver’s suspensions, violations and other details. It also has the driver’s personal information including age, name and address.