Drivers who are looking to make changes to their driver's license or vehicle registration have two limited options since most DMV offices are closed Friday, November 29th. Add to the frustration potential drivers will feel when they find only two offices in West Virginia open on Saturday, one in Kanawha City and the other in Martinsburg. Holiday closings and December's first of the month beginning on a Sunday may send panicked drivers to the offices Saturday.
The two DMV offices will operate under normal Saturday office hours for the Kanawha City and Martinsburg offices.
WV State Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Steve Dale said in a news release earlier this week that some customers can find help online 24/7. Those who need to replace worn or faded regular license plates or drivers who want to check status, accumulated points or replace vehicle registration cards cand do so on the DMV's website.
Here is the link: https://apps.wv.gov/dmv/selfservice
Normal business hours return Monday December 2. Additional answers can be found on the DMV website at www.dmv.wv.gov.