Mobile DMV Unit Coming to You!

House Minority Leader Tony McCombie is partnering with the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office to bring DMV services directly to area residents. At the three upcoming “Mobile DMV” events, residents will be able to access regular DMV services, like renewing their Illinois driver’s licenses, purchasing vehicle license plate stickers, and more. The upcoming events include the following:

Tuesday May 2nd

Genoa Municipal Building

333 E. 1st Street


Tuesday May 9th

Byron City Hall

232 W. Second Street


Tuesday June 6th

Warren Illinois Community Building

110 W. Main Street


“I encourage anyone who is in need of renewing items at the DMV to take advantage of this opportunity to have easy access to the Secretary of State’s Office,” said Rep. McCombie. “I know I often hear complaints from residents about long wait times—and these events are a way to counteract that in convenient locations across the 89th District.”

The Secretary of State’s mobile office will help patrons to renew, replace, or correct driver’s licenses and state ID cards; purchase vehicle registration renewal stickers for license plates, passenger vehicle license plates, and B-truck plates; register vehicle titles; and receive parking placards for persons with disabilities. REAL ID Driver Licenses and State IDs will not be offered at these events. Patrons are required to present proper identification at the time of service.  

A complete list of acceptable forms of identification is available at the Secretary of State website

Acceptable forms of payment include personal checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover credit and debit cards. Cash cannot be accepted.  Please note that seniors age 75 and up need to visit a DMV to renew a driver’s license.

With questions about the upcoming event, contact Representative McCombie’s district office at 815-291-8989.