The V.I. Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) advises the motoring public to contact it to get the information necessary to register their vehicles and to apply for a U.S.V.I. driver’s license
Director Designee Barbara Jackson-Mcintosh is advising the general public that the BMV is responsible for the licensing of motor vehicle operators and the registration and titling of motor vehicles. Therefore, all affected persons and businesses are mandated to register their vehicles in the Virgin Islands and obtain a VI Driver’s license if applicable.
For specific information and instructions on how to register a vehicle in the territory or how to obtain a driver’s license, call the BMV on St Croix at 713-4268 or visit the St Croix office at the Patrick Sweeney Police Headquarters in Golden Grove, St. Thomas at 774-4268; visit the office at 8101 Sub Base No. 72 on St. John at 776-6262; or visit the St. John office at the Government Complex in Cruz Bay.
The public is encouraged to follow the laws of the V.I. and come into the bureau to avoid facing fines when the VIPD begins to increase enforcement.
Original Source: https://stjohnsource.com/2019/02/19/vipd-increases-enforcement-for-unregistered-vehicles-unlicensed-drivers/