DMV Resources for All 50 US States

DMV Resources for All 50 States

Planning on buying a motorcycle? If you’re a first-time rider, you’ll, of course, want to start by getting your motorcycle license. First-time riders and seasoned riders alike will need to complete the vehicle registration process. 

Each state has its own steps, guidelines and fees. For detailed information and step-by-step instructions, it’s best to contact your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). This agency may have a different name in your area, such as the Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Driver Services (DDS), Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), etc. However, each has the same function. 

We have listed an online resource for each US state below. Make sure that any site you visit is an official government website. Also, ensure that you have a secure connection to the site. A good rule of thumb is to check for a lock symbol in the address bar.  

This is a good indicator that your personal data, such as passwords and credit card information, are secure. This usually also confirms that the website is authentic and is not posing as another entity. 

Most DMV websites have detailed information on the licensing and registration processes. If not, you can give your local office a call for details. 

  1. Alabama 
  2. Alaska
  3. Arizona
  4. Arkansas
  5. California 
  6. Colorado 
  7. Connecticut 
  8. Delaware
  9. District of Columbia
  10. Florida
  11. Georgia 
  12. Hawaii 
  13. Idaho
  14. Illinois
  15. Indiana
  16. Iowa
  17. Kansas 
  18. Kentucky 
  19. Louisiana 
  20. Maine
  21. Maryland
  22. Massachusetts
  23. Michigan
  24. Minnesota 
  25. Mississippi
  26. Missouri
  27. Montana
  28. Nebraska
  29. Nevada
  30. New Hampshire
  31. New Mexico
  32. New Jersey
  33. New York 
  34. North Carolina
  35. North Dakota 
  36. Ohio
  37. Oklahoma
  38. Oregon
  39. Pennsylvania
  40. Rhode Island
  41. South Carolina
  42. South Dakota
  43. Tennessee
  44. Texas 
  45. Utah 
  46. Vermont 
  47. Virginia 
  48. Washington 
  49. West Virginia 
  50. Wisconsin 
  51. Wyoming

For more resources, tips and advice, check out our guide on the motorcycle buying process

What make and model are you planning to purchase? Let us know in the comments below! 

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