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Coronavirus prompts Oregon DMV to cancel drive tests through April 17, limit lobby capacity

Concerns over the coronavirus pandemic have prompted the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles to suspend all scheduled behind-the-wheel driving tests at least through April 17.

Field offices remain open, but the agency is limiting customers in its office to those seeking services that must be done in person. See the list below for services that can be done online at DMV2U.Oregon.gov

At the website, drivers can:

Renew registration for most vehicles – even if tags just expired. Print the receipt to carry in your car as proof of registration.

Update address – if you move within Oregon, you must report your new address to DMV within 30 days.

Report a vehicle sale.

Get a trip permit if tags are expired or license plates are lost or stolen, or if you’ve just bought a car without current plates.

Residents should register to vote or change voter affiliation at the Secretary of State website, sos.oregon.gov.

Visit OregonDMV.com to see the status of a local DMV office.

Customers who show symptoms of respiratory illness are asked to not visit DMV offices.

Only 10 customers at a time will be allowed in the lobby, according to a recent release from the agency. Do not bring family or friends with you into the DMV, unless you’re accompanying a teen applying for a permit.

Some offices may ask customers to wait in their cars for their number to be called.

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