The Nationwide Address Change Guide

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If you’ve recently moved to a new city, or even just across town, it can be stressful to remember who and what needs to be notified of your address change. From friends and family for correspondence to the DMV for taxes, the list seems never-ending.

That’s why we’ve created the nationwide Address Change Guide – so that getting settled in your new home doesn’t take a ton of time out of your day.

Changing Your Address with The DMV

The DMV address change is a simple process depending on your state. Some states require you to fill out a driver’s license address change form online or in person, while others may use an automated system or allow you to update your address over the phone.

Once you have completed the process, be sure to check with your local DMV office for any additional information you may need. Additionally, many states require that you present proof of address to the DMV, so be sure to bring that with you when updating your information.

Remember, keeping your address up-to-date with the DMV is important because they use it to send license renewal notices and other important documents.