ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC/WETM) — New Yorkers have just under one week left to make sure their license, registrations and state car inspections are up to date.
The New York State DMV is reminding drivers that the extension on expiration dates for these documents is coming to an end.
New York State Senator thinks that New Yorkers are not reciving enough time to make sure that they are up to date.
“The problem with this here is the Governor made this firm cut off date, it’s been being extended all along throughout COIVD, and they only made this firm cut off date like two weeks ago,” said O’Mara. “So, I think that there should have been a longer period to let people know, you really have to get it done now.
Drivers have until November 3 to renew and after that, drivers could be ticketed.
To register a car or renew a license, visit the NYS DMV’s website. Drivers can visit any state certified inspection station to get their car ready for the road.