DMV on the Go Now Open

It’s official! The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV)’s DMV on the Go trailer is officially open for business.

The new trailer features updated stations, ADA accessible capabilities and performs all transactions as a traditional DMV except for inspections, road exams, driver improvement and uninsured motorist.

This alternative to brick-and-mortar DMV locations allows customers who may not be able to travel to traditional DMV locations to complete necessary DMV services right in their neighborhood.

DMV on the Go locations through October 31, 2022:

Tuesdays from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
DART First State of Delaware
119 Lower Beech Street
Wilmington, DE 19805

Thursdays from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Big Lots Plaza
820 Norman Eskridge Highway
Seaford, DE 19973

More DMV on the Go locations will be coming soon.

Secretary of Transportation Nicole Majeski commented, “Our new and improved DMV on the Go will provide a convenient way for residents to take care of their DMV needs without traveling to one of our four primary facilities. This new mobile facility will allow us to continue visiting locations across the state for years to come!”

“Not everyone has the means to simply get in their car and drive to a DMV location when they need to renew their drivers license, change their address or complete another transaction. With DMV on the Go, we can bring these services to our residents,” said Director of the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles Jana Simpler. “We are literally bringing the DMV to them.”

For more ways to access DMV services click here or visit Customers can complete more than 20 transactions online at including Delaware driver license, identification, and vehicle registration renewals, as well as address changes.

DMV Announces Seasonal Release of Five-Digit License Plates

Just in time for the holidays, the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announces the seasonal release of available five-digit license plates starting Monday, November 8, 2021. Beginning that day, a limited number of five-digit license plates will be made available to the public through our new online tag reservation system on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please visit and select the READ MORE link in the Five-Digit Tag Release section to access the link to reserve a five-digit plate beginning Monday, November 8, 2021.

License plate numbers cannot be reserved in advance, by phone, by email or in person. The promotion will run only as long as license plate supplies last, from November 8th through December 17th. Customers are only eligible for one five-digit plate per driver’s license or ID and must meet residency requirements.

Important information about reserving your five-digit plate:

  • There is one plate reservation per DL/ID allowed during this process. If more than one plate is reserved for an individual or entity, each additional reservation will be canceled by the DMV. Plates will be reserved and held at DMV until February 28, 2022, at which time all unclaimed reserved plates from this release will be re-allocated.
  • All five-digit tags will be blue and gold. If choosing to upgrade your plate to black and white stainless steel or porcelain, the cost is $120 ($115 for the plate and $5 for the additional sticker). This upgrade can be completed during your visit to any Delaware DMV, or online through the Delaware Historic Plate Company. Upgrades can be completed any time after updating your title with the DMV to reflect an eligible tag number.
  • The division also offers a variety of background plates which can be ordered to display your five-digit tag number. The cost of a background plate ranges from $15 – $50 and available options are displayed online and at each DMV location.
  • Five-digit plates can be placed on cars or pickup trucks registered up to 10,000 pounds or less.
  • Customers are responsible for all applicable transfer fees.
  • Once you reserve your five-digit plate, you will receive a confirmation email with detailed instructions; please make sure that you have all your required documentation before heading to the selected DMV. You will need to bring the email confirmation and the drivers license or ID that was used for the reservation. The title must be in the same name as the DL or ID. The individual must meet residency requirements.
  • Your confirmation email will contain the assigned five-digit plate; plates are issued on a first come, first served basis automatically through the online system.

DNREC & DMV announce two new Delaware Sport Fishing license plates

Purchases of both tags will help enhance state’s recreational fishing opportunities

DOVER – The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today that two new specialty sport fishing motor vehicle license plates are now available from the Division of Motor Vehicles for motorists to display their passion and support for sport fishing in Delaware. Proceeds from the sale of the plates will be used by the Division of Fish & Wildlife to enhance recreational saltwater and freshwater fishing opportunities in Delaware.

Freshwater I Fish License PlateThe saltwater license plate features a striped bass and the freshwater plate depicts a leaping largemouth bass, with each displaying the artwork of renowned fish artist Duane Raver. The plates were designed collaboratively by the Division of Motor Vehicles, Division of Fish & Wildlife, and Council on Recreational Fishing Funding, with the Council having promoted development of the new plates.

The plates’ cost is a one-time fee of $95, $80 of which will go toward enhancing recreational fishing in Delaware. Both plates are permitted for use on private passenger vehicles, or trucks with a 3/4-ton or smaller manufacturer’s rated capacity.

Title 21, Sec. 2140B was signed into law in July 2018, with production design of the plate began thereafter by the Division of Motor Vehicles. The tags are now available at DMV locations across the state for all fishing enthusiasts.

For more information on the tags, please, visit the the Division of Motor Vehicles website. For more information on DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife and the Council on Recreational Fishing Funding, please visit the Division of Fish & Wildlife website. For questions regarding purchase of the new plates, contact the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles at 302-744-2500.

Media Contact: Joanna Wilson, DNREC Public Affairs, 302-739-9902