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VIPD Cracking Down On People Without Driver’s Licenses And Registration

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The V.I. Bureau of Motor Vehicles said today police will soon be cracking down on motorists who fail to register their vehicles and apply for a local driver’s license.

BMV Director designee Barbara Jackson-McIntosh said her bureau is responsible for the licensing of motor vehicle operators and the registration and titling of motor vehicles.  

“All affected persons and businesses are mandated to register their vehicles in the Virgin Islands and obtain a V.I. driver’s license if applicable,” Jackson-McIntosh said.

For information about how you can register your vehicle in the Virgin Islands or how to obtain a driver’s license please call the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in St. Croix at (340) 713-4268 or visit the St Croix office at the Patrick Sweeney Police Headquarters in Golden Grove.

In St. Thomas at (340) 774-4268 or visit the office at 8101 Sub-Base #72, in St John (340) 776-6262. Or visit the St John office at the Government Complex in Cruz Bay.

McIntosh said the general public is “encouraged to follow the laws of the Virgin Islands and come into the bureau to avoid facing fines when the Police Department begins their increased enforcement.”

V.I. Bureau of Motor Vehicles Director designee Barbara Jackson-McIntosh
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John McCarthy

John McCarthy

John McCarthy has been reporting on the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Caribbean region since 1989. John's articles have appeared in the BVI Beacon, St. Croix Avis, San Juan Star and Virgin Islands Daily News. He is originally from Detroit, Michigan.

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