DMV Open For Appointments
Road Tests On Hold At Least Two Weeks
According to Angela France with the Montana Department of Motor Vehicles, drivers with licenses expiring in March, April or May have been granted a three-month extension. She is quick to point out that this extension may not prevent you from getting a ticket for an expired license outside the State of Montana.
France said that DMV offices in Glasgow and Wolf Point are taking appointments for written tests, replacement IDs and other services. Appointments can also be made for REAL ID applications.
“The only thing we’re not doing right now is road tests,” said France. She added that the restriction is subject to change, but will be in place for at least the next few weeks.
If you have traveled to an area impacted by COVID-19 in the past 14 days, you are asked to quarantine yourself before attempting to visit any DMV offices.
To make an appointment, visit dojmt.gov/driving/appointments or call 866-450-8034.
“We are maintaining strict sanitizing and social distancing practices for your safety and ours,” said France.
Roosevelt County residents should be aware that the courthouse in Wolf Point is currently locked. People with appointments should be prepared to call 653-6200 to gain access to the building. A limited number of people are allowed to enter at any given time, so be prepared to wait your turn.