Choose Your County in MD
- Allegany (1 office)
- Anne Arundel (4 offices)
- Baltimore (4 offices)
- Baltimore City (2 offices)
- Calvert (2 offices)
- Howard (2 offices)
- Kent (1 office)
- Montgomery (8 offices)
- Talbot (1 office)
- Third-Party Locations (4 offices)
The Motor Vehicle Administration takes care of licensing and motor vehicles in Maryland. The state has two different types of service locations. Determine which location you need to visit. Then, make your plans to go to the MVA.
Visit one of the state’s full-service locations if you need a license, title, tag, or registration. These locations handle all of your needs. Visit the website to find your nearest location. When you click on the location, you can get the wait times for the various services. Find out how long it will take for:
This will help you determine if it is a good day to go to the MVA or if you should wait for another day when it isn’t as crowded.
Stop by a VEIP station for your emission tests. The state also has self-service VEIP kiosks. These kiosks are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can get your inspection done at any time. This makes it easy to fit your emissions test into your busy life.
If you need to visit the MVA in person, it is a good idea to be prepared. The online document guide makes it easy to prepare before your visit. When you go to the guide, indicate what you need from the MVA. Answer the questions and get a printable checklist that contains everything that you need during your trip. Then, you can choose to schedule an appointment for your service if one is available. Use the online scheduling feature to book your appointment and then gather your documents for your trip.
You can schedule an appointment for various tests. Schedule an appointment for your:
You can reach the MVA through the mail or over the phone.
To reach the MVA through the mail, send your correspondence to:
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
6601 Ritchie Highway NE
Glen Burnie, MD 21062
If you want to call the MVA, dial: