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MVC Services at Trenton and Rahway


TRENTON – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission customers are advised of the following updated information about MVC operations:

  • Since the Trenton Vehicle Center is also a Regional agency, the MVC has determined that both walk-ins AND appointments will be allowed there, starting November 2. The MVC originally included Trenton in a list of 11 MVC Centers switching to appointment-only in an announcement last week.
  • Appointments already made at Trenton will be honored, and walk-ins will only be allowed for transactions that are unavailable for appointments. See NJMVC.govfor more information.
  • The reopening date for the Rahway Licensing Center will be Saturday, November 7. The Rahway Center was closed last week due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19.

The website will be updated to reflect the above information, and updated information will be posted to the MVC’s social media platforms.

Two other MVC Centers remain closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19 at each location. The Cardiff Licensing Center will reopen Wednesday, October 28, and the Manahawkin Vehicle Center will reopen Monday, November 2.

Customers are reminded to always log on to before heading out to an MVC facility, to get the latest updates, verify what location to visit, conduct all available transactions online, and make appointments for select transactions. Customers also can follow the MVC on Twitter (@NJ_MVC), Facebook (NewJerseyMVC), and Instagram (njmvc) for regular news and updates.