The Bureau of Motor Vehicles Services
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles oversees driver services through the 16 counties in Maine. The MABMV handles items like driver’s permitting & licensing registrations & renewals, and driving records & roadway safety. More than 41 DMV offices and agencies are available throughout the state.
DMVConnect aims to create a hassle-free ME DMV experience.
We understand it’s difficult and confusing navigating DMV information and requirements. That’s why we’ve condensed information into easy-to-understand DMV guides. Our guides share Maine DMV locations, information regarding your driving needs like forms and fees, contact details, and more.
Here is a quick overview of what you’ll find in the Maine driver services hub:
Get Information about Maine Driver Services
Getting your learner’s permit or unrestricted license? Or, perhaps need to process a title transfer because you’re renewing a registration? We cover it all. If you’re planning on getting behind-the-wheel, then you’ll love how we’ve made the process easy-to-understand.
Topics we cover include:
…and so much more.
Plus, we share helpful DMV tips and tricks to ace your tests, save time, and spend less when gathering paperwork and other requirements before going to the DMV. We also detail how to process most DMV items through their online portal or mail-in options.
Use Our Maine DMV Office Finder to Save a Trip
There are many DMV offices scattered throughout Maine…
…but which one is right for you?
We’ve collected them all in our ME DMV directory. Each DMV office page includes what services are offered on location, hours of operation, and contact details. You can browse MA DMV locations by their proximity and listings, helping you find the perfect one for your driving needs.
Can’t find the information you’re looking for? We’re constantly updating our DMV information else we’ve included helpful links and resources to official portals and agencies.
Need to Make an Appointment at a Maine DMV?
Scheduling your next appointment at a Maine DMV is limited but still saves time. You can make an appointment for items like driving tests for your standard or commercial license. Check with your local DMV for appointment information regarding these items.
Going through the GDL program and getting your learner’s permit? You’ll receive a notecard with the information you can mail in to make an appointment for your road test. Keep this card handy for when you’re ready to complete this task.
All-in-all think of DMVConnect as your helpful guide through the DMV system. We aim to provide the best hub of Maine driver services and tutorials on the Web. We hope we can either save you a trip to the DMV or at least make your next visit as pleasant as possible!