In response to the recent closure of the Wheaton DMV office, State Representative Amy Grant (R-Wheaton) is hosting a third mobile DMV event at her legislative office on Friday, March 13 from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM.
Residents of the 42nd District can avoid long lines at other regional DMV facilities by scheduling an appointment with an employee from the Secretary of State’s Office when they make the following services available at Rep. Grant’s District Office:
- Traditional driver’s license renewals (REAL IDs cannot be processed at this event)
- Vehicle sticker renewals
- Change of address updates
“The sudden closure of the Wheaton DMV left a lot of people from this area with no convenient location for accessing DMV services,” said Rep. Grant. “I’m pleased to work with representatives of the Secretary of State’s Office to bring their services to my office for this mobile event.”
Appointments are required, and may be scheduled by clicking here or by calling the legislative office at (331) 218-4182. The office is located at 416 E. Roosevelt Road, Suite 111 in Wheaton.
Standard Secretary of State fees will be required for services provided. Information regarding the services, fees and identification requirements may be found at the Secretary of State’s website at www.cyberdriveillinois.com. At this time, the Mobile Driver Services Facility is unable to accept cash, so those taking advantage of mobile DMV services may pay for services by check, credit/debit card, or money order.
Please note that as a mobile facility, available services will NOT include driver’s tests (written or behind the wheel) or issuance of REAL IDs. Drivers over the age of 75 must visit a permanent DMV center for their driver’s license renewals.
“I have already hosted two mobile DMV events, and both were very well attended,” said Rep. Grant. “It’s a pleasure to provide this convenience for the constituents I serve.”