ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – No more “take a number and wait in line for hours” at the Motor Vehicle Department. The state is bringing the MVD to you.
On Monday, Governor Susana Martinez launched New Mexico’s new MVD mobile unit.
The state designed the mobile MVD unit to make sure residents in rural parts of the state who don’t have access to offices, get the services they need without driving hundreds of miles out of their way.
“We strive to give every New Mexican convenient access to the full range of MVD services but making sure it’s a good experience,” said Governor Martinez.
The mobile MVD will also visit places like job fairs, college campuses, assisted living centers, and The New Mexico State Fair.
This is the first of its kind in the country and is serving as a model for other states.