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DMV Launches New Military & Veteran Services Webpage

Department of Transportation | Division of Motor Vehicles | Kent County | New Castle County | News | Sussex County | Date Posted: Thursday, November 11, 2021


DMV Veteran Services

The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a new enhanced website page, de.gov/veterans, that highlights military and veteran services, including additional resources.

DMV has previously offered resources for active members of the military and veterans, however, recent changes to the DMV website page and rebranding of the Veteran Services brochure were made to increase awareness and participation for the military community.

“As the home of the Dover Air Force Base, the Delaware National Guard, and thousands of active duty service members and veterans, we are grateful to all who serve and proud to continue to work to support our military community during their active service and beyond,” said Secretary of Transportation Nicole Majeski.

Among these services is “Heroes on the Highway,” a Commercial Driver License (CDL) program designed to assist qualified, active military and recently discharged veterans with obtaining their CDL. Full eligibility requirements, as well as all DMV-related military and veteran services, can be found at online at de.gov/veterans.

This initiative was created to assist in securing local employment for veterans, says DMV Director Jana Simpler. “The Division strives to support our dedicated military and veteran community in Delaware. From navigating residency guidelines while on active duty to obtaining a CDL after discharge, we are here to help. Thank you to our military and veterans for your service to our country and our state.”

Enhancements include a new landing page for military and veterans services and an updated informational brochure.

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DMV Launches New Military & Veteran Services Webpage

Department of Transportation | Division of Motor Vehicles | Kent County | New Castle County | News | Sussex County | Date Posted: Thursday, November 11, 2021


DMV Veteran Services

The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a new enhanced website page, de.gov/veterans, that highlights military and veteran services, including additional resources.

DMV has previously offered resources for active members of the military and veterans, however, recent changes to the DMV website page and rebranding of the Veteran Services brochure were made to increase awareness and participation for the military community.

“As the home of the Dover Air Force Base, the Delaware National Guard, and thousands of active duty service members and veterans, we are grateful to all who serve and proud to continue to work to support our military community during their active service and beyond,” said Secretary of Transportation Nicole Majeski.

Among these services is “Heroes on the Highway,” a Commercial Driver License (CDL) program designed to assist qualified, active military and recently discharged veterans with obtaining their CDL. Full eligibility requirements, as well as all DMV-related military and veteran services, can be found at online at de.gov/veterans.

This initiative was created to assist in securing local employment for veterans, says DMV Director Jana Simpler. “The Division strives to support our dedicated military and veteran community in Delaware. From navigating residency guidelines while on active duty to obtaining a CDL after discharge, we are here to help. Thank you to our military and veterans for your service to our country and our state.”

Enhancements include a new landing page for military and veterans services and an updated informational brochure.

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