Ulster County clerk Nina Postupack has announced that the Mobile Unit of the Department of Motor Vehicles will resume service on Thursday, July 8 at the New Paltz Community Center and Friday, July 9 at the Shandaken Town Hall. On Monday, July 12, it will resume its normal schedule around Ulster County.
In an effort to be as conveniently accessible to as many Ulster County residents as possible, the DMV Mobile Unit travels to six different towns throughout Ulster County during the year. Hours each day are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 3:30 p.m. No appointment is necessary. The mobile unit travels around the county on the following schedule:
• Monday: Marlborough Highway/Water Department
• Tuesday: Saugerties Town Hall
• Wednesday: Ellenville Village Hall
• Thursday: New Paltz Community Center
• First Friday of the month: Shandaken Town Hall
• All other Fridays: Shawangunk Town Hall
“We are happy to be able to provide these essential services to our community again,” stated Postupack. “The mobile unit has become a vital part of the communities where it travels, and we are so pleased we can resume services.”
Transactions that can be processed on the mobile unit include driver’s license renewal, learner’s permit, non-driver ID, vehicle registration, registration renewal, license plate surrender, duplicate title request and change of address. Enhanced driver’s licenses, CDL permit testing and enforcement are only available at the main Motor Vehicle location at 244 Fair Street in Kingston.
For further information, call (845) 340-3040 or e-mail email@example.com.