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Montebello CA DMV Field Office

People typically spend 25 min to 300 min here. The best time to go is at 8:00 am on Tuesday.
Based on 1 vote

California Department of Motor Vehicles
424 N. Wilcox Avenue
Montebello, CA 90640
United States

Closed
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Montebello DMV Location & Hours

Office location
424 N. Wilcox Avenue
Montebello, 90640
Sun Closed
Mon 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tue 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat Closed

Montebello DMV Wait Times - Best Time to go

Montebello DMV is most busy around 8:00 am on Thursday. Visitors are typically here 25 min to 300 min. It's least busy at 8:00 am on Tuesday.

Montebello DMV Office Services

  • Licensing Services
  • Plates, Permits, & Placards
  • Records
  • Registration
  • Replace Lost/Stolen/Damaged
  • Request miscellaneous original documents
  • Testing
  • Title Transfers

Montebello DMV Payment

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Credit Card
  • Digital Wallet
  • May accept ATM/Debit cards
  • Money order

Montebello DMV Office Notes

Saturday Hours are Suspended.

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Montebello California DMV Reviews and Tips

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Steve21
Getting my license renewed was fairly a straight forward task with the only big issue was not having an appointment. The parking lot had sufficient spaces so that was not a problem. The wait time was relatively long because of the reduced staff and the numbers of people that had showed up on that day. I think the staff works very hard in trying to fulfill all the DMV functions under trying time. I was actually impressed by the professionalism which was displayed again in trying times. I believe that some of the functions were not available and only staffed for certain days. In my opinion I think that the DMV should make available some of its functions to more "user friendly" areas such as shopping centers so that it is more readily accessible. Parking would also probably be better although I personally did not have a problem on my last visit. Also, I think that automation should be further looked into to make things easier for the DMV staff as well as customers. I know that most city's have tight budgets however in the long run they will be able to save money and resources. Security seemed to be taking care of although I wonder if other areas are staffed with more personnel.
5:00 pm, Apr 23

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