The 2nd Legislative District Office of Senator Vince Polistina, Assemblyman Don Guardian, and Assemblywoman Claire Swift have announced their next mobile office for Friday, May 20.
Staff from the legislative office will be on hand at the AMVETS, located at 415 Shore Road in Somers Point.
Legislative staff will be able to assist residents with unemployment, utility assistance, temporary disability, and other government services.
On-site assistance will be available to Spanish-speaking residents.
“We are happy to be able to work in conjunction with the New Jersey MVC to bring these services direct to our residents in need,” Polistina said. “We encourage any resident seeking assistance from motor vehicles or from our legislative office to come by and see us. We are here to help.”
In addition to the legislative services, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Mobile Unit will also be on hand to provide the following services:
- Driver License renewals can be processed within six (6) months of expiration and upgrading to the REAL ID driver license.
- Registration renewals, Veteran Handicap and Purple Heart recipients’ placards.
- Permits and Non-Driver ID.
- License plate drop-offs are also allowed.
The mobile office will be in operation from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m. Any resident in need of motor vehicle services can schedule an appointment at https://forms.gle/wryGDZrt2Wko9rZS8. Services are available to all residents.
Anyone with questions, or who needs assistance in scheduling an appointment can contact the Legislative Office at 609-677-8266.