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Drivers who have a revoked drivers license due to DUI convictions may be eligible to participate in the West Virginia ignition interlock program. Involvement in the program allows a driver to operate their own motor vehicle that has had an ignition interlock device installed. The driver must pass a breathalyzer in order to start their car. Further information on the WV Alcohol Test and Lock Program may be found via the application form.
For more information: DUI/DWI Information for West Virginia
To get a car title replacement, you must send photocopies of the required documents to the West Virginia DMV by mail or present them on location at a DMV office:
- A completed and signed Affidavit of Duplicate Title for a Vehicle or Watercraft
- Your drivers license
- Your car registration card
For more information: How to Replace a Lost Vehicle Title in West Virginia
When moving, you must change addresses with the West Virginia DMV by presenting acceptable proof of your new residential address at a DMV location. Acceptable documents include:
- Utility bill
- Tax records
- Residential rental agreement
- College admissions letter
- Pay stub
For more information: How to Handle a Change of Address in West Virginia
Drivers may pay traffic tickets online in select counties in West Virginia. To find out whether you are able to access your violation online, visit the West Virginia Judiciary county selection webpage.
For more information: How to Pay a Traffic Ticket in West Virginia
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