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Find MVD Locations in New Mexico (NM)

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    Residents of New Mexico get their licenses, ID cards, titles, license plates, and registration through the Motor Vehicle Division. The New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division has field offices strategically placed throughout the entire state. If you don’t want to stop by a field office, you can utilize the online services.

    Online Services Provided by the New Mexico DMV

    The New Mexico DMV has a wide range of online services available. These services let you skip the lines and save gas.

    You can renew or replace your license or ID online. You can also apply for your first license or print a temporary license or ID via the online service. You can even view your driving status online.

    You can also get a new title and registration or renew your existing one online. In addition, you can use the online form to update your insurance information or submit an application for a personalized plate. On top of that, you can utilize the online service if you need to mark your vehicle as sold.

    Other Online Services

    The New Mexico DMV also has online services available for vessels, placards, and businesses. In addition, you can change your address or take an exam online.

    This robust number of online services makes it easy to skip a visit to the DMV entirely. Just have your payment information and an internet connection, and you can get down to business from the comfort of home.

    Scheduling an Appointment

    If you prefer to go to the DMV in person, head to the front of the line by scheduling an appointment. You can use the online appointment form to schedule an appointment for:

    • Road tests
    • First-time New Mexico driver’s licenses
    • Out-of-state transfers
    • First-time foreign national driver’s licenses or ID cards

    How to Reach the DMV


    It is a cinch to get in touch with the New Mexico DMV. If you have a question or inquiry, call the DMV’s toll-free number.

    You can also submit requests and information via the mail.
    New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division
    Joseph Montoya Building
    PO Box 1028
    1100 South St. Francis Drive
    Santa Fe, NM 87504-1028

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