Motor Vehicle & Licensing


COVID-19 Precautionary Measures


All DMVL locations will be open for limited services from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Social distancing rules must be followed, including wearing face coverings. Entry into all DMV Offices will be limited to the customer unless the accompanying person is required for the transaction, rendering aid or assistance.

See Press Release for reopening details.

Overview


The Motor Vehicle and Licensing Division provides direct service to the citizens of Maui County by issuing new and renewal licenses, motor vehicle registrations, various county business licenses, disabled parking placards, taxi driver permits, dog licenses and bicycle licenses. This division also administers commercial driver licenses, periodic motor vehicle inspections, and the issuance of disabled person's parking placards on behalf of the State of Hawaii.

Important News:

 
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Effective January 1, 2017, the Division of Motor Vehicles & Licensing (DMVL) reminds Moped owners of Act 200 of the Hawaii Session Law 2016 will require significant changes to Moped registration throughout the State of Hawaii.


Services


Appointments are reserved for individuals completing a transaction for themselves. If a dealer, fee for service agency, rental car representative or tow companies makes an appointment, it will be canceled upon your arrival and you will be asked to drop off your title and registration work.

Make an appointment at our Kahului Service Center, one (1) appointment per person.
The available services are Driver Licenses/Permits or Hawaii State ID’s, Initial Disability Placards and Motor Vehicle Transactions .Before making your appointment Click Here to see if you have the required documents for your Driver License/Permit or Hawaii State ID.

Offices


Motor Vehicle and Licensing Office Locations & Wait Times