Albany, N.Y. — New York has extended the expiration date for registrations, driver’s licenses and other vehicle documents once again.
Registrations, licenses, inspections, permits and nondriver identification cards that would have expired in March or later are now valid through Nov. 3, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Since March, the state has repeatedly extended the validity of vehicle documents that would have otherwise expired during the coronavirus pandemic.
The current extension is the last one coming for registrations and nondriver identification cards. If expired, those documents will no longer be valid after Nov. 3.
Both registrations and nondriver ID cards can be renewed online at the DMV website.
The DMV did not mention whether the validity of expired licenses, permits or inspections will be extended again.
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