Lewis County to expand in-person DMV services

Lewis County Department of Motor Vehicles, 7513 E. State St., Lowville. Julie Abbass/Watertown Daily Times

LOWVILLE — Teens impatient to get their driving permits will finally get their chance in Lewis County beginning on July 6 when all DMV services will become available to county residents by appointment.

In addition to commercial driver’s licenses and license plate replacements, motorcycle and new driver permit tests; real ID, enhanced and standard license renewals or upgrades; and all services that were only available by mail or drop box for the past three months will be available in person.

All visitors to the DMV will be required to wear masks to be served and social distancing protocols will be respected.

To make an appointment, call 315-376-8729.

For all other information, call 315-376-5333 or go to the county clerk’s page at lewiscounty.org.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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