Department of Motor Vehicles facilities are reopening, but thousands of drivers are driving without expired licenses due to the backlog DMVs face. In D.C., the next available appointments aren’t until late November. License expiration dates have been extended due to the COVID-19 state of emergency. In the District, expired drivers licenses are good for 45 days after the state...
One of the consequences of the COVID-19 shutdowns is thousands of people are driving with drivers licenses that are past their expiration dates. While DMVs are now reopening, they’re facing huge backlogs. News4’s Mark Segraves has what you need to know if your ID has expired.