DMV 2 Go Tidewater
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The first modern DMV 2 Go office - a 1990 recreational vehicle (RV) with an odometer reading of 11,000 miles - was acquired in late 2010 at no cost from another state agency that no longer used the unit. DMV recycled the vehicle into a mobile customer service center, giving it a new life of service for Virginia's citizens.
Nicknamed 'Mo' for mobile office, DMV 2 Go made its inaugural outing during the 2011 General Assembly session. This handicap-accessible RV is 34-feet long and 11-feet wide. Mo has two customer service work stations, two testing stations and a public kiosk to access other state services through a Virginia Internet portal.
Mo serves the Hampton Roads area including the Southside, Peninsula, Middle Peninsula, and portions of the Northern Neck. To view specific jurisdictions in Mo'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 Tidewater staff at DMV2GOTidewater@dmv.virginia.gov.
Mo On the Go
Some highlights of Mo's travels in the Tidewater area include stops at the Colonial Harbor Retirement Community, Hampton VA Hospital, and Pungo-Blackwater Library. In addition, Mo serves military personnel and their families at Fort Eustis, Naval Air Station Oceana, Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Norfolk Naval Ship Yard, and Portsmouth Naval Ship Yard. Mo also serves college students at Christopher Newport, Old Dominion, Norfolk State, and Regent Universities.
Mo's visits include supplementing services at DMV Selects in Mathews, Newport News, Poquoson, and Portsmouth. Mo also provides services at events such as the Emporia Peanut Festival, Mathews Market Days, and Neptune Festival.