|Cranston Headquarters||600 New London Ave.||(401) 462-4368|
|Woonsocket DMV||217 Pond St. Dept. of Labor & Training Building||(401) 588-3020|
|Middletown DMV||52 Valley Road||(401) 846-5451|
|Wakefield DMV||4808 Tower Hill Road||(401) 789-1430|
|Warren DMV||1 Joyce St.||(401) 245-6957|
|Westerly DMV||45 Broad St. Westerly Town Hall||(401) 315-5608|
|Woonsocket DMV||217 Pond St.||(401) 235-1232|
Rhode Island DMV Offices – Locations, Hours & Phone Numbers
Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles falls under the Department of Revenue. Rhode Island DMV requires all motor vehicles to be properly documented and insured. For this purpose, a number of services are offered by the department to keep the documentation up to date and complete. See the above listings for Rhode Island DMV offices.
Firstly, drivers of all kinds of motor vehicles are required to have a driver’s license. The licenses vary from Graduated License to Commercial Driver’s license, depending upon the type of vehicle being driven and the age of the driver. In case the license expires, the driver is required to get it renewed for which a request can be sent online. The department is also authorized to issue IDs and International Driving Permits. Requests can also be made for replacements and renewals in case of a license being lost or being expired.
The vehicles need to be properly registered for which the department provides forms and manuals online as well. Forms for acquiring titles are also available. The Rhode Island DMV is very particular about strictly implementing the laws related to motor vehicles. For this purpose, an Adjudication office is also operative under the department’s wing. The department has strong emphasis on safety measures as well.
For the issuance of licenses, road tests are taken to ensure the eligibility of the driver. Forms and applications for tests and licenses are available online. The forms can be downloaded, filled in and printed for submission in-hand at DMV offices. The offices are spread across the state and the location of offices nearest to your county can be looked up on the website using a virtual map. You can make appointments according to the working hours of the office to save time and to keep a check on the waiting time.