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MVA Appointments In Maryland

Maryland MVA Appointments

If you can’t handle your business with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) online, scheduling an appointment ensures you’ll spend the least amount of time waiting in line.

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Going to MVA in Person

If you prefer, you can schedule your appointment by phone, by dialing (410) 768-7000.

Some common reasons to schedule a Maryland MVA appointment are to:

To look up, cancel or reschedule an existing appointment, visit the MVA portal and provide the requested information.

*If eligible, you may be able to renew your driver’s license online.

Complete MVA Transactions Online

In many cases, there’s no need for an MVA appointment or to visit an MVA office at all. Many common MVA services are offered online, including:

  • Registration renewal.
  • Driver’s license and ID renewal (if eligible).
  • Ordering duplicate a registration or title.
  • Requesting your driving record.
  • Changing your address.
  • Ordering personalized plates.

eMVA Kiosks

Self-service kiosks are available at all MVA locations. Many common transactions can be formed using these convenient machines.

Some of these transactions include:

  • Changing your address.
  • Ordering replacement license plates.
  • Printing a duplicate registration card.
  • Renewing your vehicle registration.

Best Times to Visit the Maryland MVA

If you can’t complete your transaction online, at an eMVA kiosk, or schedule an MVA appointment in advance, you can still spend less time at the MVA office by timing your visit.

Generally, the:

  • First and last days of the month are more crowded.
  • Middle of the week is less crowded than Mondays and Fridays.
  • Mornings are less busy than the lunch hours and evenings.
  • Days before and after holidays are especially crowded.