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DC DMV Opening Rhode Island Service Center on April 2, 2013

Friday, March 29, 2013

(WASHINGTON, DC) – The District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles is opening its Rhode Island Service Center in Northeast on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. Located in Rhode Island Row at 2350 Washington Place, NE, Suite 112N, the service center will be open for business Tuesday – Saturday from 8:15am – 4pm.

“We are excited to open this new service center,” said DC DMV Director Lucinda Babers. “This is a full service facility and customers will be provided with the same services that they currently receive at our Penn Branch and Southwest Service Centers.”

 The Rhode Island Service Center is nearby for metro riders from the Rhode Island Avenue Metro Station. There is also metro, garage, and street parking in the surrounding area. This location is also accessible for cyclists and pedestrians.

 The Temporary C Street Service Center located at 301 C Street, NW closed on Friday, March 22. Adjudication Services, which is in the same building as the Temporary C Street Service Center, is open.

 DC DMV encourages customers who are required to conduct their transactions in-person to prepare for their visit by reviewing pertinent information on the agency’s website at Additionally, many customers can “Skip the Trip” by conducting their DC DMV business online or through the mail. The agency offers more than 40 Internet and mail services, enabling customers to complete DC DMV transactions at their convenience and outside of the agency’s regular business hours.

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