Motor Vehicle Department, Taos, New Mexico

Here you have all the information you are looking for about Motor Vehicle Department. It is located at the following address: 1038 Salazar Rd # B, Taos, NM 87571, United States, in the city of New Mexico.


Phone

Phone
+1 888-683-4636

Schedule

Schedule
  1. Monday: Closed
  2. Tuesday: 8AM to 5PM
  3. Wednesday: 8AM to 5PM
  4. Thursday: 8AM to 5PM
  5. Friday: 8AM to 5PM
  6. Saturday: 8AM to 5PM
  7. Sunday: Closed

How to contact us
  1. Plus Code: 9CM3+QQ Taos, New Mexico, United States
  2. Address: 1038 Salazar Rd # B, Taos, NM 87571, United States Click here to see the address on Google Maps
  3. Phone: 18886834636
  4. New Mexico
  5. Taos

Reviews

  • Veronica Devlin: As we all know things have been very difficult through 2020 and right into 2021. Everything is by appointment and getting into the MVD is not always easy right now. I went in to get my new ID and I had to fix something with Social Security …
  • Alfonso Mejia: I have no printer for documents, lady was able to take emails from my phone. My truck was missing 1 vin plate, you need 2. Both ladies went out like great team members n within minutes all was complete. I live far, our dmv has been closed. Grateful for all 3 ladies and young man, he also provided info. Just bought that truck from AZ.
  • Michael Ellison: Covid 19 has rendered the MVD ineffectual in many of their regular services; out of state title transfer completely shut down. Agents are patient and efficient, if you can wrangle an appointment.
  • Amelia Raymond: Went to renew registration on line. Oh, you need a control number on the postcard reminder. Never got a reminder. Try to call. Phone is broken. Renewal of registration not an option for online appointments. Fine if I don’t register this car it’ll get ticketed.
  • Joe Pate: My wife and I got Real IDs and transferred the registration for our car from out of state all in under an hour. To say I’m impressed would the the understatement of the century!
  • Michele Smith: Very helpful. The lady was so nice and she made things easy. All in all, it was an enjoyable time at the Taos MVD.
  • Antonia Chee: Was in and out, very quick.
  • Steve Wiest: Almost everyone I know (including myself) absolutely HATES having to deal with folks at the DMV (or MVD as we say in NM) Why is that? Well, nine-times-out-of-ten for some crazy reason, employees at Motor Vehicle Departments seem to hate …
  • Brayan Rosas: I’m sorry but tried to make a appointment they never answer, phone is broken or something you go there and they don’t treat you very well.
  • Frances Cruz: Quick and very helpful.
  • G: With all the truckers in this town and surrounding areas, this office DOES NOT have an option to “register” vehicles. Most of the trucks have WD plates which cannot be renewed online. Went to Red River because they have “Registrations” as …
  • Mj Garcia: I was helped immediately. Kind and respectful.
  • Jim Schlarbaum: Went down to get my new license today. Had a great experience. Fast efficient and friendly. Karen is on top of it!
  • Jessica Wiggins: The woman who helped me with my title change was extremely rude and difficult to work with. I understand that the work environment can be very stressful, but as an employer myself, I would expect good customer service. The way she treats customers is inexcusable. I would never go back there unless I absolutely had no other options.
  • Santiago Gallegos: They take forever 2hr to just cheak that i have insurance 🙏 whole time 1 worker just having fun….. talking away good old sweet time this place sucks better off going to santa fe
  • Big Worm: Karen is the best
  • Jack Sloan-Stiler: Extremely rude barely any customers in there. Kept sighing before asking or answering question entirely new and trained staff should be implemented, please get on top of this!
  • wilfred garcia: I went to the DMV this morning and I know this office gets a lot of bad reviews sometimes,but I do have to say Karen was very courteous and informative about paperwork needed. Thanks for helping me and explaining to me in detail .Thanks
  • Vinnie B: To Sara at the DMV (if you’re even still there): Look, I could pile on like everybody else but I don’t see any point in that now. It’s bad enough that your meltdown is going to be on the internet *forever*. The most important thing is that …
  • Justin Barber: No MVD experience in NM is good, but this one wasn’t the worst I’ve had in NM. This place is in Taos, so expect things to move at the speed of hasta mañana. Arrived at 10:30 AM on a Wednesday to obtain an NM DL. Left at Noon. There were …
  • shawn mccutcheon: This goes to Sara Lujan if u still work there. Find a new job if u can’t work around a camera u are a public servant and anyone is around to video in a public place
  • getting better: Sara lujan you need to educate yourself on the law and what we the people require of a public servant. This department of motor vehicles is terrible from what I’ve seen. The city council must convene and correct the service here.
  • Laura Winzeler: I had a great experience here with Karen this morning. Based on the frightening reviews, I was dreading this day (out-of-state leased vehicle registration.) The wait wasn’t bad at all, and even though I was confused and didn’t have what I …
  • Cody B: Sara Lujan needs more training on the rules and policies that apply to the building she works in. You need to find a new profession if a simple camera distracts you from doing your job.
  • Anthony W.: It is very sad to see government employees are not trained on civil rights and laws that involve their workplace. If a citizen with a camera brings tears to your eyes, it may be time to leave the public sector and find a job that you can do from home.
  • Nuevo Mexico1912: Wow! Triggered over a camera. Doesn’t feel comfortable. Sounds like some one shouldn’t be a public servant.
  • Derick Bishop: These humans are paid public servants, the phones never get answered I was treated like a uneducated, low class, criminal, which im not im just figuring that’s what u would have to judge like to talk to someone so rudley hateful.. Oh and …
  • AC Cordova: I’ve been going to that DMV for years these ladies have a lot to deal especially when people don’t have their stuff together, it’s a hold up for others. The staff has always been great I’m glad we have this service you people in Taos got to …
  • Vanessa Valdez: Had to go back and forth because the “manager” didn’t know what she was doing. Her name was Gina. She was very rude and disrespectful, literally threw my paperwork back at me. I do not live in Taos but when I have had to deal with issues …
  • James: Woooooooooow the worst MVD ever not one person could let Sara Lujan know what she was doing was wrong??? All the employees should be fired from this place. Sara should be a telemarketer with the way she can hold 2 phones at once lol
  • Sheila Hicks: I would love to give negative stars but I am unable to do so. Sara Lujan is an awful employee and “Human”. Is she the face you want the public to see? How unprofessional! Terrible!
  • Kirk Gibbs: I saw Sara Lujan refuse service to someone because he made her “feel uncomfortable”. Can she also refuse service to a black guy because of the same reason? She needs some serious training.
  • Juanita Cohn: Whenever I need help with anything MVD related, which is quite often, Gina is always amazing! She is extremely knowledgeable and helps get me in and out as fast as possible! I have never had a bad experience here since she has started helping me. Thumbs up on GIna!!!
  • Pissed off Marine: As a Marine Corps Veteran I’m highly disgusted by the manager Sarah Lujan. A citizen comes into the office gets a number and stand in the back of the room Sarah calls the cops because he’s recording. The citizen said nothing to any employee …
  • Angel Garcia84: Manager Sarah Lujan just made MVD of Taos look really bad after her recent discrimination of providing service to a customer that did absolutely nothing wrong other than exercising their first amendment right.
  • iX i0: Worst MVD office ever! Sara Lujan needs to be fired. She’s not fit to serve the public
  • David Hassin: We recently moved to Taos, our friends suggested we use the DMV in Questa because the Taos DMV was not operated well. Because it was more convenient to stay in Taos we went to the local DMV. Our experience was great, we registered 3 …
  • Krombopulos T: Sara Lujan is the most over dramatic people i have ever seen. she is a rude incompetent and leech to the tax payers. she should be terminated at once. she have no people skill, does not know or respect the law. these kinda people are a danger to our society.
  • lucas: If there was a rating of less than one stare that’s what u would give the ladies at the Taos MVD. There are two new ladies who have even a semblance of manners but the other war horses that work there have no intention of helping. Most of …
  • Abby Sanger: I am a local attorney and have been helping people transfer titles of cars from deceased relatives to themselves (NOT an easy process!) and Dalena has been AMAZING! She is super helpful, and even gave me her email address so we could …

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What can I do in this office?

  • Driver´s license.
  • Identification cards.
  • Registration.
  • Titling.
  • Plates.
  • CDL Written.
  • CDL Driving.
  • Make an appointment.
  • License reneval.
  • Permit test.
  • Real ID.

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Functions of the department of motor vehicles

DMV offices have many functions. If you are a driver (or want to be one), going to one of these offices will be something you will have to do at some point in your life.

For example, one of the most popular functions is to renew your driver’s license. It’s a simple procedure, where you may be asked to take a health test to make sure you are fully fit to drive. It is also a place where people go to get their license. To do so, they will have to pass a theoretical and practical test.

In case you buy a vehicle, you will have to go to register it in your name. This procedure is also done if there is a purchase between individuals, that is, if someone sells their vehicle and you buy it, you will have to go and pay a small fee.

License plates must also be handled here. Whether it is to give you a permanent license plate or a temporary tag, you should ask for information if you buy a car or motorcycle.

In general, DMV offices are designed to handle everything that has to do with motor vehicle paperwork. There are a multitude of offices in New Mexico where you can carry out all the formalities you need. In addition, in Taos you can request an appointment online if necessary, as well as pay fees and other expenses without having to go anywhere.

The Department of Motor Vehicles is located throughout the United States. The people who work there will be able to answer your questions or suggestions in case you have any problems, and surely in a very short time you can have everything you need to drive safely and within the law.

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