Bureau of Motor Vehicles to Remain Closed Until May 4

Virgin Islands Bureau of Motor Vehicles Director Barbara Jackson-McIntosh (File photo)

The Virgin Islands Bureau of Motor Vehicles Director Barbara Jackson-McIntosh informs the motoring public that due to the extension of the State of Emergency and the stay-at-home order by Gov. Albert Bryan Jr., the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will remain closed until May 4.

As the governor announced, driver’s licenses and vehicle registrations will be extended for 60 days during this State of Emergency. However, the community can take advantage of the bureau’s online vehicle registration process.

During this period, the BMV will waive the requirement for inspection for any customers who renew their vehicle registration online. If customers need assistance in setting up an account or for technical assistance, email the bureau at [email protected].

Director McIntosh thanks the community for their understanding during this public health emergency. As the BMV receives additional information, she will update the protocols as necessary.

For up to date information on COVID-19, the new strain of coronavirus, visit the Virgin Islands Department of Health’s website: www.doh.vi.gov/coronavirus or text COVID19USVI to 88877. #COVID19USVI