Yes.  We are open by open by appointment only and for limited in-office transactions at this time.  In order to make an appointment, please visit our website at:  We also have a drop-box located at the Brewster DMV which should be utilized for any registration renewals, plate surrenders, or transactions that can be completed without the need to come in to the office.

In order to register a vehicle, you will need an MV-82, Bill of Sale, Copy of driver’s license, sales tax form (DTF-802), Copy of the insurance card for the vehicle.  Please click the following link to access the necessary forms:

If you are renewing your driver’s license and changing to either the REAL ID license or the Enhanced license, you must visit a DMV office and bring a completed MV-44 form as well as all of the proper paperwork with you.  In order to verify the proper paperwork that you will need to bring with you, please visit:


For the MV-44 form, please click the following the link:

Most motor vehicle offices are open throughout the State.  For a listing of the DMV offices and their availability, please visit:

As per executive order from Governor Cuomo, any driver’s license or registration that has expired on or after 3/1/2020 is extended until further notice.

The REAL ID deadline has been extended to October of 2021 due to COVID-19.  For more information on the REAL ID requirement, please visit:

No.  You can utilize the dropbox that is located at our Brewster DMV.  Place the license plates being surrendered in the box with your name and address and a $1.00 processing fee

For a list of DMV locations and to see what other DMV offices are doing, please visit the following website: