DEERFIELD BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you need driver license or registration assistance and must visit an office in person, consider making an appointment for the DMV office on Military Trail in Deerfield Beach.
We spend a lot of time showcasing things and people that don’t reflect the good in our community, but this DMV office gets a big BocaNewsNow.com pat on the back for great service with a smile! While a substantial amount of DMV business can be conducted online, there are occasions when you do have to appear in person. We needed to appear for a renewal years after a duplicate license was ordered — this can’t be completed online — and feared a 9:30 appointment would consume much of the day. We were quite early, arriving around 8:15, and incredibly had everything completed by 8:45. The clerks were professional, smiling, and expedient, even if they did take the worst license photo…ever!
Palm Beach County residents are not required to stay in the county for license and registration service, so consider the Deerfield Beach DMV office the next time you must appear in person. The office is on Military Trail, just south of Hillsboro Blvd. on the east side. The address: 100 South Military Trail, #26, Deerfield Beach.
Make your appointment through this website.
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