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Bureau of Motor Vehicles Under Renovation, Limited Services Provided

The motoring public is informed that the St. Thomas Bureau of Motor Vehicles Office is currently under renovation from Monday, June 28 until Wednesday, June 30, according to a press release from Director Jerris T. Browne. During this period, BMV will be providing limited vehicle registration services through the Driver’s License Section to accommodate customers.

Due to renovations, the Superior Court Section will be closed. All customers inspecting and/or transferring vehicles should report to the Superior Court’s Office at Barbel Plaza to check for traffic tickets prior to coming to the bureau. All other functions at BMV will continue.
Director Browne said, “We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this renovation period.”
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The motoring public is informed that the St. Thomas Bureau of Motor Vehicles Office is currently under renovation from Monday, June 28 until Wednesday, June 30, according to a press release from Director Jerris T. Browne. During this period, BMV will be providing limited vehicle registration services through the Driver’s License Section to accommodate customers.

Due to renovations, the Superior Court Section will be closed. All customers inspecting and/or transferring vehicles should report to the Superior Court’s Office at Barbel Plaza to check for traffic tickets prior to coming to the bureau. All other functions at BMV will continue.
Director Browne said, “We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this renovation period.”