Adjudication Services provides information, administrative hearings (adjudication in person and by mail), in person payment services for parking, minor moving (traffic), and photo enforcement tickets (red light and speeding camera tickets) issued in the District of Columbia.
DMV provides a variety of services for businesses. Find more detailed information by making a selection below.
DMV provides disability access to all of our service centers, including the Inspection Station and Adjudication Services.
Steps required to obtain a District driver's license, including tests and documentation.
Effective May 1, 2014, the District of Columbia will begin issuing a REAL ID Learner Permit and a Limited Purpose Learner Permit.
Effective May 1, 2014, the District of Columbia will begin issuing a REAL ID Non-Driver Identification Card and a Limited Purpose Non-Driver Identification Card.
Non-US Citizens may obtain a DC drivers license if they have a minimum of six (6) months duration of stay in the United States. The DC drivers license will expire with the US duration of stay.
On behalf of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), which regulates parking in the District, DMV issues permits for special parking privileges to those who qualify.
Effective May 1, 2014, the District of Columbia will begin issuing a REAL ID Provisional Driver License and a Limited Purpose Provisional Driver License.
Residents of the District of Columbia are required by law to display DC vehicle Tags. Vehicles are required to display two current tags, one on the front and the other on the rear of the vehicle.