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Gov. Dannel Malloy on Monday morning has ordered the Department of Motor Vehicles to extend licenses, registrations and other credentials until further notice due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy on Connecticut.
This includes all expiration dates and periods of validity for motor vehicle registrations, licenses, permits, certificates and other forms of credentials issued by or on behalf of the DMV, according to Malloy’s office.
“With the severe weather impacting our state at this time, we are extending all motor vehicle deadlines and expiration dates until the storm has subsided. It is simply not realistic right now for people to meet these deadlines considering that we are urging people to stay in their homes and avoid the severe weather,” Malloy said.
Motor vehicle deadlines and expiration dates will be extended to a date that has yet to be determined.
All emissions testing has been halted statewide for the duration of the storm, according to the DMV. On Tuesday, consult ctemissions.com or call DMV at 860-263-5700 for further information.