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DMV 2 Go Roanoke

DMV 2 Go Roanoke mobile unit

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Please view the full DMV 2 Go calendar for upcoming events.

DMV 2 Go Roanoke, nicknamed 'Mozelle' (keeping with the 'Mo' for mobile office naming convention), made its Virginia debut in August 2011. Mozelle was a mobile classroom that was renovated into a full-service DMV office.

The largest of the DMV 2 Go fleet, Mozelle is 42-feet long and 10-feet wide and has a wheelchair lift. Mozelle has three customer service work stations, two testing stations and a public kiosk to access other state services through a Virginia Internet portal.

Mozelle serves Nelson and Appomattox Counties to the western tip of Virginia in Lee County. To view specific jurisdictions in Mozelle's service area, see the high resolution printable map.

If you'd like to schedule a visit, send an email to the DMV 2 Go Roanoke staff at DMV2GORoanoke@dmv.virginia.gov.

Mozelle on the Go

Some highlights of Mozelle's travels in the western part of the Commonwealth include stops to serve citizens in Bluefield, Blacksburg, and Floyd. Other stops include the Bedford County Welcome Center, Salem VA Medical Center, and Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center.

Mozelle also supplements services at DMV Selects in Appomattox, Chatham, Independence, and Stuart. Mozelle serves college students at Ferrum, Radford, Virginia Tech, and Virginia Western Community College. Mozelle also provides services at events such as the Lee County Tobacco Festival and Douthat State Park for the opening weekend of trout season.

David Johnson, Director of the Department of Conservation and Recreation, purchases a fishing license from DMV 2 Go employee Christina Lampey at Douthat State Park.