Department of Motor Vehicles

 

Livingston County Department of Motor Vehicles Offers Class D-Operator and M-Motorcycle Permit Testing to County Residents 

 
Geneseo, NY, June 30, 2020 — The Livingston County Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) opened its Geneseo office on June 18 to Livingston County residents for limited in-person transactions.  

 IN-PERSON TRANSACTIONS
All in-person transactions are by appointment only. Due to heavy call volume, the Livingston County Department of Motor Vehicles is strongly encouraging residents to schedule appointmentsonline at   

BOOK APPOINTMENT HERE.

Appointments are available for the following in-person transactions only at the Geneseo location:

 ü  Permit Testing
        o  CDL permit testing
        o  Class ‘D-Operator’ permit testing
        o  Class ‘M-motorcycle’ permit testing
 ü  CDL Renewals
 ü  License Renewals
        o  Those that expired during closure
        o  Those that expire in 30 days
 ü  License Reciprocities (exchanging an out-of-state license for a NYS License)
 ü  License Amendments
        o  Name Change
        o  License Class Change
 ü  Non Driver ID
        o  Renewals
        o  First time application
 ü  Conditional/RestrictedLicense
         o  Issue of
         o  Remove conditions/restrictions (if conditions have been met)

We ask that you arrive to your appointment five (5) minutes early to get through security at the entrance. Only the individual that is involved in the transaction will be allowed in the office as capacity is reduced.  Please understand that you will need to wear a face covering, have your temperature checked, and go through a screening prior to entering the DMV office.  Please have your paper work completed prior to your arrival.   DMV Document Guide


DROP BOX AND MAIL TRANSACTIONS
Several transactions can be processed via our Drop Box (available Monday-Friday 8AM-4PM)and Mail at our Geneseo location at 6 Court Street Room 204, Geneseo, New York14454 and include:

ü  Plate surrenders ($1.00 fee required)
ü  Register a new vehicle
ü  Register a vehicle you already own
ü  Renew a registration

Drop Box transactions are handled on a daily basis and are beingprocessed as quickly as possible. Documentation will be mailed to you upontransaction completion.  

The DMV Document Guide will help to assist with the documents needed to complete your transaction.    DMV Document Guide

  NEW YORK STATE DMV ONLINE TRANSACTIONS
Many DMVtransactions are available online through the New York State DMV.  For additional information about these services, please visit the NYS State DMV website at  DMV Online Transactions

   The Livingston County DMV appreciates your patience as we work to implement this new way of doing business as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. We ask that you continue to closely monitor our website here for additional updates as more in-person services become available.

06/08/2020 - Vehicle registrations and other transactions are being processed by mail and drop box at our Geneseo location 6 Court Street, Room 204, Geneseo, NY 14454; please call or email with questions.  Phone: 585-243-7177 Email: dmv@co.livingston.ny.us


UPDATED 06/08/2020:  Registering a Vehicle or Transferring a Registration by Mail 

Beginning Monday April 06, 2020 the Livingston County DMV will offer a process to help Livingston County residents register a new vehicle purchased by private sale, through the U.S. Postal Service OR drop box between 8am-4pm, at our Geneseo Location 6 Court St Geneseo, NY 14454 ONLY.  Registration packets are available  HERE   Residents can call 585-243-7177 or send an email to dmv@co.livingston.ny.us with questions. 



 

05/08/2020 - Please note any correspondence sent to our Dansville Location will be delayed in processing. 


Welcome to the Livingston County Department of Motor Vehicles

We encourage county residents to conduct their motor vehicle transactions through their local DMV office.  When transactions are done in person or mailed to your local office, a portion of the fee remains in Livingston County.  


You can find detailed information and answers to many DMV questions and access commonly used forms at the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles Website.  https://dmv.ny.gov/