New York Governor: Partnership with AAA Northeast

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New York Governor: Partnership with AAA Northeast

Governor Cuomo Announces Innovative Partnership with AAA Northeast to Expand Access to DMV Services
AAA Northeast to Process DMV Transactions for Members at Select Offices Throughout New York City, Long Island and the Mid-Hudson Region

New York (STL.News) Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a partnership between the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles and AAA Northeast to expand access to DMV services.  Six AAA branch offices in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Garden City, Nanuet and Yonkers can now process DMV transactions for AAA members, including vehicle registration renewals and duplicates, driver license and non-driver ID renewals, duplicates and upgrades to a REAL ID or Enhanced ID. Additional AAA offices will begin offering DMV services later this year.

“This partnership gives New Yorkers in New York City, Long Island and the Mid-Hudson region another pathway to the DMV, making it easier and more convenient to access the essential services they need,” Governor Cuomo said.  “This is a great example of public-private partnerships working to benefit New Yorkers, and reflects the innovative thinking we’ve had to employ during these unprecedented times.”

DMV Commissioner Mark J. F. Schroeder said, “The DMV and AAA share a common focus on delivering exceptional customer service to New Yorkers, and we are thrilled to team up with AAA Northeast to give our customers another convenient option to complete transactions.

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