Getting your driver’s license can be exciting and frustrating when you think of the paperwork that’s required. We’re going to make sure you have everything you need when you visit your local West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), which is overseen by the Department of Transportation (WV DOT) branch to get your license. We’ll discuss the paperwork and fees you’ll need to obtain a WV driver’s, commercial, and motorcycle license, and everything in between.
Types of West Virginia Driver’s Licenses
The West Virginia DOT offers different driver’s licenses. We’ll briefly discuss each license category to help you determine the type of license you must apply.
Class E – This is the standard driver’s license in West Virginia to operate standard vehicles.
West Virginia CDL – This commercial driver’s license (CDL) is required for individuals who want to operate commercial vehicles around WV and from state to state.
Special Driver’s Licenses – These licenses include bus drivers and for-hire drivers. If you want to operate a bus or similar vehicle, you’ll need this special driver’s license.
Motorcycle License – You are required to have a motorcycle license to operate a motorcycle or similar vehicle.
West Virginia Driver’s License Requirements
Before you rush to your local WV DOT/DMV branch, you need to determine whether you’re required to apply for a new WV driver’s license.
You must get a WV driver’s license if the following applies:
- You are a current West Virginia resident who has never had a license
- You are a new resident of West Virginia and want to apply for a WV driver’s license or transfer your out-of-state driver’s license
- You plan on operating a non-commercial vehicle
- You have a legal presence in the state of West Virginia and the US (You are NOT required to have a WV driver’s license if you have a diplomatic driver’s license that is issued by the US Department of State.)
You are NOT required to have a WV driver’s license if the following applies:
- You are at least 18 years of age, and visiting West Virginia with a valid out-of-state driver’s license
- You’re an active military member or dependent who is stationed in WV, as long as you have a valid out-of-state driver’s license, and you have NOT established residency in WV
- You operate farm vehicles off public highways
- You ONLY operate registered off-highway vehicles and snowmobiles without accessing public roads (other than crossing the roads)
Applying for a West Virginia Driver’s License
You are required to obtain a WV driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. The WV DOT considers you a first-time driver’s license applicant if the following applies:
- You have never held a driver’s license
- Your out-of-state driver’s license is expired
- Your WV driver’s license has expired for longer than 6 months
If you’re a teenage driver, you are required to complete West Virginia’s Graduated Driver’s Licensing (GDL) program.
REAL ID Driver’s Licenses in West Virginia
The West Virginia DMV issues driver’s federally compliant licenses, allowing you to use this license for domestic travel and entry into federal and military buildings. You can apply for a REAL ID or a non-compliant license. These processes vary slightly. We’ll discuss REAL IDs later on in this article.
Acceptable Identification Documents in West Virginia
In the state of West Virginia, there are different types of acceptable identification documents you can use when you’re applying for your WV driver’s license. You can use the following documents as proof of identification to get your WV driver’s license:
- Armed forces ID cards
- Birth certificate
- Certificate of Naturalization
- Permanent resident card
- Foreign passport with a valid I-94 (the expiration date of the I-94 must be more than 2 months from the date you visit the office)
Examples of true full-name verification documents can include the following:
- Certificate of registration document that verifies the formation of a domestic partnership
- A dissolution of marriage document that contains your legal name as a result of the court order
- Marriage certificate
- Adoption documents that contain your legal name as a result of the adoption
- Name change documents that contain your legal name both before and after
Examples of acceptable residency documents can include the following:
- Resident utility bills (this includes cell phone bills)
- Insurance documents
- West Virginia or vessel title or registration
- A record of financial institution (bank statements)
A legal parent or guardian, or child can use a birth certificate as proof of identity. Spouses and domestic partners can use a marriage license or domestic partner registration certificate to trace their relationship to the individual to whom the acceptable residency documentation was addressed.
Getting a West Virginia Driver’s License Under the Age of 18
There are different steps you must take to receive a WV driver’s license. Here’s what you need to know.
Teenage Drivers in West Virginia
If you’re a teenage driver who is applying for a new driver’s license, you must meet the requirements of the West Virginia DMV GDL program. The WV GDL program is designed to help teenage drivers develop and practice the necessary driving skills to pass the WV DMV road test, obtain a full WV driver’s license, and be safe, responsible motorists.
Teenage Drivers to West Virginia
If you recently moved to WV and have a valid out-of-state driver’s license, you need to transfer it within 30 days of establishing residency in this state. You can transfer your license as long as the license is still valid and not expired. You need to visit your local WV DMV branch with the following:
- Proof of the following:
- Social Security number (SSN)
- WV residency
- Your out-of-state driver’s license or your certified driving record that is no more than 30 days old
If you’re under 18 years of age, and your out-of-state license does NOT meet West Virginia’s Level 2 GDL, you will be required to take the written test and the road test as if you have never been licensed before. If you bring a driving record from your previous state to the WV DMV, the time you have held your license in the issuing state will count towards the required time you must hold a Level 1 GDL instruction permit.
If your out-of-state driver’s license is expired, you will need to pass the following West Virginia tests:
- Vision test
- Written exam
- Road skills test
West Virginia GDL Programs and Restrictions
The West Virginia DMV GDL program applies to all new drivers who are younger than 18 years of age. The GDL program consists of the following stages:
- Instruction Permit – allows you to operate a motor vehicle under the following circumstances:
- Only with a licensed adult who is at least 21 years of age
- With no more than 2 passengers other than your adult supervisor, unless they are family members
- Between 5 AM and 10 PM only
- Intermediate Driver’s License – allows you to drive under the following circumstances:
- Unsupervised driving between the hours of 5 AM and 10 PM
- No passengers under 20 years of age for the first 6 months, unless they are family members
- No more than 1 passenger who is younger than 20 years of age during the second 6 months, unless they are family members
- Full, unrestricted West Virginia driver’s license
West Virginia License Age Requirements
The minimum ages to begin each phase of the West Virginia DMV GDL program are as follows:
- Learner’s Permit: 15 years of age
- Provisional License: 16 years of age
- Full, unrestricted driver’s license: 17 years of age
How to Receive a West Virginia Learner’s Permit
If you are at least 15 years of age, you can visit your local WV DMV branch to apply for your WV learner’s permit. You must do the following:
- Have your parent or legal guardian sign your Application for a Driver’s License or Photo ID Card (Form DMV-DS-23P)
- Provide proof of school enrollment
- Provide proof of your identity and legal presence
- Pass the WV DMV written test (this test can be completed online before going to the WV DMV to apply for your permit)
- Payment for the $7.50 learner’s permit fee
Driving Restrictions and Behind-the-Wheel Practice in West Virginia
With your West Virginia learner’s permit, you can operate a motor vehicle under the following circumstances:
- With a licensed adult who is at least 21 years of age
- With no more than 2 passengers who are NOT family members, in addition to your adult supervisor
- Between the hours of 5 AM and 10 PM
- You may NOT use a cell phone or text while driving. Doing so is considered a primary offense and you can be stopped by law enforcement.
Before moving on to the next steps in the GDL program, you must do/be the following:
- Be at least 16 years of age
- Have held your learner’s permit for at least 6 months
- Complete at least 50 hours of driving practice, including 10 hours being driven at night
How to Receive an Intermediate Driver’s License in West Virginia
You will be eligible to upgrade from your learner’s permit to an intermediate driver’s license when you:
- Are at least 16 years of age
- Have held your permit for at least 6 months
- Have had no traffic violations in the past 6 months
- Complete at least 50 hours of supervised driving with 10 hours of this driving completed at night
After you have satisfied the requirements above, you must visit the WV DMV and do the following:
- Submit your 50-hour Certification Log for Driver’s License Application Under Age 18 (Form DMV-10-GDL)
- Pass the driving test (You must first schedule your road test with the DMV)
- Surrender your learner’s permit
- Provide proof of your school enrollment
- Pay the $7.50 intermediate driver’s license fee
Once you have attained your WV provisional license for at least 1 year and you are at least 17 years of age, you can proceed to a WV unrestricted driver’s license.
Intermediate Driver’s License Restrictions
Your WV intermediate driver’s license allows you to drive under the following circumstances:
- Unsupervised driving between the hours of 5 AM and 10 PM. You must be supervised while driving outside of these hours
- No passengers under 20 years of age who are NOT family members for the first 6 months
- No more than 1 passenger who is younger than 20 years of age who is NOT a family member during the second 6 months
- All passengers must be wearing seatbelts
- You can NOT use a cell phone or text while driving. This is considered a primary offense and you can be stopped by law enforcement.
You may drive unsupervised between the hours of 10 PM and 5 AM if you are driving to or from:
- Your place of employment
- A religious activity
- A school activity (sanctioned by the school you attend)
- In an emergency where driving will prevent injury or death of someone else
Full, Unrestricted West Virginia Driver’s License
You are eligible to obtain an unrestricted West Virginia driver’s license when the following applies:
- You turn 17 years of age
- Have attained your WV intermediate license for at least 1 year
- Have had no traffic violations for at least 1 year
To receive your full driver’s license, you must visit your local WV DMV branch and do the following:
- Surrender your WV intermediate driver’s license
- Pay $5 per year plus a $0.50 motor voter fee until your 21st birthday
The West Virginia Written Exam and Road Test
You must take the WV written exam and road test to receive your new WV driver’s license. Here’s what you need to know.
Taking the West Virginia Written Exam
The WV written exam has a total of 25 questions. You must answer 19 of these questions correctly to pass with a minimum passing score of 76%. The minimum age to apply to take this written test is 15.
Taking the West Virginia Road Test
You are also required to pass the WV road test. This road test is used to determine how well you can safely maneuver a motor vehicle. You will be tested on your ability to start and stop the car, switch lanes properly, park, and adhere to all WV traffic signs and road laws.
Special Licenses in West Virginia
The WV DOT and WV DMV offer different driver’s license classes and endorsements that are specific to the type of vehicle you want to drive and the driving profession you want. The application process for each type of license and endorsement is similar to your standard WV driver’s license.
You must do the following to obtain a special license in West Virginia:
- Complete a new licensing application
- Provide proof of your identity and legal presence
- Pass classes, written and driving tests that are endorsement-specific
- Pay a new licensing fee
School Bus Drivers
If you want to be a school bus driver in West Virginia, you must have a CDL with a “P” passenger endorsement and an “S” school bus endorsement. To obtain a passenger/school bus endorsement, you must do the following:
- Complete a new application
- Pass a knowledge test
- Pass a driving test with the type of vehicle you to operate
- Pay an endorsement fee
You may also be required to do the following:
- Pass a criminal background check
- Have a clean driving record with a minimum amount of driving experience
- Get re-tested and re-certified, if required
Class D For-Hire License
If you want to drive for hire in vehicles, such as taxi cabs, shuttle busses, or limousines, you will likely need to obtain a Class D, non-CDL for-hire driver’s license. The Class D driver’s license applies to professional drivers of all vehicles that do NOT qualify as commercial vehicles.
To apply for a Class D driver’s license, you must do/be the following:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have at least 1 year of driving experience
- Complete an Application for a Commercial Driver’s License and/or Endorsements (Form DMV-CDL-1)
If you want to drive a taxicab, your local WV municipality may have specific requirements.
Sport Vehicle Licenses in West Virginia
Sports and recreational vehicles, such as all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and snowmobiles can’t be legally operated on public roads (unless, of course, it’s necessary to cross the road). West Virginia does not normally require any kind of driver’s license or endorsement to operate them.
However, there are usually exceptions. Drivers who are younger than 18 years of age must complete an ATV Safety Awareness Training program to legally operate an ATV. Make sure you speak with a clerk from your local DMV branch about the expectations before riding your sports vehicle.
Married, Divorced, or Name Change?
If you changed your name and want to apply for a new West Virginia license or ID, you must submit name change documents that prove your legal name change. You must also do so if you are applying for a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or ID card in your true full name.
If the name on your identification document(s) is different from the name you provided on your application, you must submit a document that establishes your true full name.
Examples of documentation that establish your true full name can include the following:
- A certificate, declaration, or registration document that verifies the formation of a domestic partnership
- A dissolution of marriage or domestic partnership document that contains the legal name as a result of the court action
- Adoption documents that contain the legal name of both before and after the name change
- A name change document that contains the legal name of both before and after the name change
- A marriage certificate
Does the REAL ID Act Impact Residents of West Virginia?
The REAL ID Act was passed in 2005 to increase security measures post-9/11. West Virginia is compliant with the REAL ID Act. This state’s REAL ID-compliant driver’s licenses and ID cards bear the gold star in the top right-hand corner.
A federally accepted ID (such as a passport or REAL ID) will be required to board a domestic flight, enter federal facilities, and enter a nuclear power plant. There is a $10 REAL ID surcharge in addition to the standard license fees.
Is Obtaining a REAL ID Mandatory in West Virginia?
Obtaining a REAL ID is not mandatory in West Virginia. However, if you want to board a plane, enter federal facilities, or enter a nuclear power plant, you ARE REQUIRED to have a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or ID card. If you have valid documents that are TSA-approved, you can use these documents to pass TSA checkpoints at any airport terminals nationwide and visit secure federal buildings or military installations at any time. You can learn more about identity requirements and TSA-acceptable documents on the TSA website.
If you don’t plan on boarding a domestic flight or visiting a secure federal facility or military base, you are NOT required to. Have a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or ID card. You are also NOT required to have a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or ID card to perform any of the following:
- Enter a federal facility that does NOT require ID (such as a post office)
- Apply for or receive federal benefits (Social Security Administration (SSA), Veterans Affairs, etc.)
- Visit a hospital or receive life-saving services
How Do You Prepare to Apply for a REAL ID Card?
To receive a REAL ID, you must visit your local WV DMV branch and provide the following:
- Proof of identity, which can include the following:
- US birth certificate
- US passport
- Unexpired foreign passport with a recent and valid I-94 form
- Proof of name change (if applicable), which can include the following:
- Marriage certificate
- Divorce decree
- Court-adoption papers
- Proof of West Virginia residency (2 documents are required), which can include the following:
- Utility bills (these bills must be less than 60 days old and your 2 documents CAN NOT be 2 bills from the same company)
- WV voter registration card
- WV weapons permit
- Printed paystub from a WV employer listing your name and address
- Proof of social security, which can include the following:
- Social Security card
- W-2 or 1099 form
- Paystub that contains your full name and Social Security Number (SSN)
- Payment for all applicable fee(s)
Applying for a Commercial Driver’s License in West Virginia
Is the open road calling your name? Did you know you can make money from driving a commercial vehicle, such as an 18-wheeler? If this sounds like something amazing you want to be a part of, you can do it! You will need to have your WV commercial driver’s license (CDL).
This process includes following the licensing rules that are overseen by the WV DMV, but also the national regulations set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
Important Federal Training Requirements Update
Per the new federal entry-level driver training requirements effective February 7, 2022, the West Virginia DMV now mandates new CDL applicants complete an entry-level driver training course through an authorized provider.
You must complete this training before applying for your first CDL, upgrading your existing CDL class, or applying for a HAZMAT, school bus, or passenger endorsement.
Who Needs a CDL in West Virginia?
You must have a CDL if you want to operate any of the following vehicles:
- Class A – a combination of vehicles weighing 26,001 lbs. or more
- Class B – a single vehicle weighing 26,001 lbs. or more
- Class C – vehicles designed to carry at least 16 passengers
- Vehicles designed to transport hazardous material
To apply for a CDL in West Virginia, you must do the following:
- Provide the same identification requirements you would for a regular driver’s license
- Become medically certified
- Pass CDL class-specific tests and training
West Virginia CDL Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible for a WV CDL, you must do the following:
- Meet the following appropriate age requirements:
- 18 years of age to drive within WV ONLY – intrastate driving
- 21 years of age to drive motor vehicles outside of West Virginia
- Have at least 1 year of experience driving: 1 year of holding a Class E or Class D license if you are 18 years of age
- Be a West Virginia resident
You will also need to show the WV DMV proof of the following:
- Social Security Number (SSN)
- West Virginia residency
- Legal status in the US
West Virginia Commercial Learner’s Permit
Similar to obtaining a permit before your standard driver’s license, you must start with a commercial learner’s permit (CLP) before you can receive your official CDL. This process can be complicated, so you may want to consider taking a CDL training course to ensure you’re as successful as possible. However, this step is NOT required by either the FMCSA or the WV DMV.
When you’re ready to start, you need to have the following:
- The proper identification documents
- Your medical paperwork
- A completed Application for a Commercial Driver’s License (Form DMV-CDL-1)
- Payment for the appropriate fees:
- $25 testing fee
- $10 per endorsement
- Licensing fee (varies by age and license duration)
You can submit the above information to the WV DMV in the following ways:
- In person at the Driver Services window located in Kanawha City:
5707 McCorkle Ave. SE
Charleston, WV 25304
- By mail to the following address:
PO Box 17010
Charleston, WV 25317
After the WV DMV processes your information, you will receive a letter with the testing site where you must go to take all the written exams for the class of CDL for which you’re applying, plus any endorsements you want to add to your license. During this time, you are also required to submit a driving record check.
Once you finish the above steps, you will officially be issued your CLP. Congratulations! Your CLP is valid for 180 days. You can renew it once within 2 years before completing your skills test.
CLP Restrictions in West Virginia
Earning your CLP is a significant step toward receiving your CDL. However, there are different rules you must follow while practicing with it. You must do the following:
- Attain your commercial learner’s permit for at least 14 days before completing your skills exam
- Practice while driving on public roads ONLY
- Be accompanied by a full CDL holder who is licensed to operate the same type of vehicle, according to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration rules
Your WV CLP will be valid for 180 days and is renewable once within 2 years of earning it.
Getting Your West Virginia CDL
To turn your CLP into a WV CDL, you’ll need to complete the skills exam. All skills exams in WV are conducted by third-party testers. To find where you can take the test near you, check out the WV third-party tester list found in the CDL manual.
Before you schedule your appointment, keep in mind that you must wait at least 14 days after receiving your CLP, and arrange to complete the test in the same type of vehicle you want to operate with your CDL.
Make sure you take your medical paperwork, commercial learner’s permit, and payment for the $100 skills testing fee. The test itself consists of different parts, including the following:
- Pre-trip inspection
- Basic vehicle control
- On-road test
Once you pass each section, you will be given paperwork proving you passed. Take this paperwork to your local DMV branch where you’ll be required to pay a CDL fee. After paying this fee, you be issued your official CDL. Congratulations!
CDL Fees in West Virginia
The WV DMV charges the following fees for DLS and related services:
- CDL testing fee (to earn your CLP): $25
- Endorsements: $10
- Skills test: $100
You will also be charged a fee for your CDL, which depends on your calculated age and how many years the license will be valid. The WV CDL manual explains how to determine your calculated age and the associated fees.
CDL Medical Certification
Before you can receive your CLP, you must deemed physically fit for the job. In this process, you will also be required to self-certify the type of driving you’ll be doing (interstate vs. intrastate) and determine whether you are excepted or non-excepted from the medical requirements necessary for most CDL drivers.
To do so, you must complete a WV Commercial Driver Licensee Medical Self-Certification Affidavit (Form DMV-CDL-3) and a Medical Examiner’s Certificate (Form MCSA-5876) completed by an FMCSA-approved doctor.
You need to have all your medical paperwork completed before you begin the CDL application process. For more information about how to self-certify and the medical program in general, you can view the FMCSA’s guide to CDL medical requirements.
Military CDL Test Waivers in West Virginia
The FMCSA and WV DMV developed a program to help some service members receive their CDL more easily, by waiving the skills test.
To qualify, you must be currently enlisted or within 6 months of your honorable discharge, and have experience driving commercial vehicles or the military equivalent.
To apply, you must complete the Application for Military Skills Test Waiver (Form CDL-ST-WVR). Your commanding officer must help you complete this form. Make a copy of your current military ID or discharge papers.
Take the above paperwork with you to the WV DMV when you apply for your CLP. For questions and further details, call the DMV CDL office at (304) 926-3801. Eligible applicants must still pass all written exams and pay all applicable fees.
Federal Self-Certification Requirements
You must self-certify the type of vehicle you’re operating with the WV DMV. This means you must self-certify one of the following driving categories:
- Non-excepted interstate
- Excepted interstate
- Non-excepted intrastate
- Excepted intrastate
Applying for a West Virginia Motorcycle License
If you enjoy the open road on your motorcycle, that’s great! You’ll need a motorcycle license to enjoy the beautiful scenic views of West Virginia. You can do so through the WV DMV.
New Residents of West Virginia
As a new resident of the Mountain State, you have 30 days to transfer your out-of-state license. The process for switching your out-of-state motorcycle license to WV is the same as transferring a standard driver’s license.
West Virginia Motorcycle License Eligibility
To earn your motorcycle license or endorsement on your current WV driver’s license, you must do/be the following:
- Be at least 16 years of age (applicants who are under 18 years of age are required to complete all requirements for an intermediate driver’s license before they apply for a motorcycle license_.
- Pass the written knowledge test (this will earn you a motorcycle permit)
- Pass a motorcycle driving test through the WV DMV or with a motorcycle education course
Motorcycle Permits in West Virginia
Before you can happily ride off into the sunset on your motorcycle, you must learn how to ride, if you don’t know how. This is where your motorcycle permit comes in. To earn your motorcycle permit, you need to visit a WV DMV branch and do the following:
- Provide proof of the following:
- WV residency
- Pass a motorcycle knowledge test
- Pay the $5 permit fee
Once you complete the above steps, the WV DMV will issue your motorcycle permit. It’s time to start practicing.
Earning your permit is a great accomplishment. Be advised that there are specific rules that you must follow during this phase. While practicing with your WV motorcycle permit, you are not allowed to ride on public roads after daylight hours or have passengers on your bike.
Your permit will be valid for 90 days. You must have held your permit for at least 7 days before you can test for your license.
Getting Your West Virginia Motorcycle License
Once you complete the required exams, you can use the knowledge you just learned and your experience to get your motorcycle license. Before you can apply for your motorcycle license, you must pass an on-road skills exam through the WV DMV or a third-party education course. Contact your local DMV for information on scheduling your skills test.
Next, you will visit your local WV DMV branch and bring the following:
- Your WV driver’s license
- Your motorcycle permit
- Proof of motorcycle skills test completion at your local WV DMV or through an education course
- Payment for the appropriate motorcycle licensing fee
West Virginia offers different documents that allow you to operate a motorcycle, such as motorcycle endorsements and motorcycle-only licenses.
A motorcycle endorsement will be added to your current WV driver’s license, allowing you to ride your bike in addition to driving other vehicles. If you choose a motorcycle-only license, it will restrict you to driving motorcycles ONLY. Once you decide which document you would like, the WV DMV will issue it for you. Congratulations!
Motorcycle Education Courses in West Virginia
Education courses offer another way for residents of West Virginia to earn their motorcycle license. Although anyone can enroll in the course, motorcycle license applicants can waive the WV DMV skills test if they pass a basic rider course and already have their motorcycle permit.
To be eligible for a basic rider course through the Motorcycle Safety Awareness Program, you are required to do the following:
- Have a valid WV driver’s license
- Have a motorcycle license or permit
- Be at least 16 years of age
- Bring your eye protection and helmet
- Pay the $100 course fee
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation will help you find available courses, or you can contact a local West Virginia official for more information. Once you pass the class, you will be able to waive your WV DMV motorcycle road test. Ask your instructor for more information on the waiver.
Motorcycle License Fees in West Virginia
The West Virginia DMV charges the following fees for motorcycle licenses and related services:
- Motorcycle instruction permit: $5
- Motorcycle endorsement (added to your WV driver’s license):
- $7.50 endorsement fee
- $1 fee for every remaining year your driver’s license is valid
- Motorcycle license (allowing you to operate motorcycles ONLY): $2.50 for each 1 year the license is valid.
West Virginia DMV Locations
There are different DMV locations located throughout West Virginia. We’ve included a handful of these locations to make the process of obtaining a driver’s license easier for you!
WV DMV – Lewisburg Branch
148 Maplewood Ave.
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Monday – Friday (8: 30 AM – 5 PM)\
Saturday and Sunday (Closed)
WV DMV – Sutton Branch
295 Skidmore Lane
Sutton, WV 26601
Monday – Friday (8:30 AM – 5 PM)
Saturday and Sunday (Closed)
WV DMV – Beckley Branch
107 Pinecrest Dr.
Beckley, WV 25801
Monday – Friday (8: 30 AM – 5 PM)
Saturday and Sunday (Closed)
WV DMV – Elkins Branch
1029 N Randolph Ave.
Elkins, WV 26241
Monday – Friday (8: 30 AM – 5 PM)
Saturday and Sunday (Closed)