Late fees to return to Delaware DMV in August

Delaware State News
Posted 7/1/21

DOVER — The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles will be assessing late fees once again, starting Aug. 2, following Gov. John Carney’s recent announcement that Delaware’s state of …

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Late fees to return to Delaware DMV in August

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DOVER — The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles will be assessing late fees once again, starting Aug. 2, following Gov. John Carney’s recent announcement that Delaware’s state of emergency declaration will be lifted this month.

All DMV late fees were waived beginning March 14, 2020, in response to the emergency declaration.

Starting Aug. 2, all DMV late fees will be assessed for any expired vehicle registrations or expired state-issued credentials. This excludes all expirations that occurred from March 14, 2020, through Aug. 1, 2021, but will apply to all current and future expirations beginning Aug. 2.

Select DMV transactions (including the renewal of state-issued credentials and vehicle registrations) may be eligible to be completed at mydmv.delaware.gov or by using the self-serve kiosks at any DMV location.