SAN FRANCISCO -- After months of being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the California Department of Motor Vehicles will open all 169 of its field offices on Thursday, June 11, officials announced.
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DMV officials say they still encourage people to use the department's online services and other non-contact methods to process transactions, especially those who wish to renew their license or registration.
But not all services will return at the DMV offices once they open, like behind-the-wheel driving tests.
The department will offer limited services such as:
Social distancing protocols and face masks will be required inside the offices.
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