New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) spokesman
Mike Horan recently confirmed that the MVC will be closing the Bridgeton, Elizabeth and Wyckoff Agencies by January1,2011. In addition, the MVC Agencies in West Deptford and Cherry Hill have also been proposed for closing, but no final decision has been made at this time, according to Horan. Governor Chris Christie’s Administration announced in April that MVC Agency closings were expected to be part of the planning for the State’s 2010-2011 Budget Year. The confirmed and proposed Motor Vehicle Agency closings are part of the State’s efforts to trim costs. The closing of the Bridgeton Agency leaves Cumberland County with only one MVC Agency—the location on Vineland East Landis Avenue. According to Horan, multiple factors were reviewed during the evaluation of what sites should close, including lease agreements, transaction volume and proximity to other Agencies.NJ CAR’s Motor Vehicle Operations Can Help Impacted Dealers If you process your motor vehicle work at any of the affected Agencies, please contact NJCAR Motor Vehicle Services at 609.883.6330 to learn more about how NJCAR can help your dealership process its motor vehicle paperwork quickly and accurately.