If you have a license or registration that has, or will be expiring soon, or if you need plates, or emissions testing, the DMV has some good news for you.

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles has announced that they have extended deadlines for residents with credentials that are, or will expire between August 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020.

Late fees that are associated with these credentials will be waved during this time as well.

This means that if you have a license, permit, international registration plan, boat registration, or emissions test, re-test or ID cards that expire during the time period mentioned, you will have an additional 90 days from the expiration date to renew.

The 90 day extension also applies to permanent disability placards, business licenses, temporary licences, temporary registrations, flashing light permits, and school bus proficiency tests.

If you have any questions, need updates, or would like more information regarding these extensions, you can visit www.ct.gov/dmv, or call 1-800-842-8222.

The extensions are intended to help safeguard the general public against the spread of coronavirus and to maintain social distance within offices. For up-to-date guidance on COVID-19, please visit ct.gov/coronavirus.

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