The Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles is discontinuing its mobile units in Wiscasset and York as part of a realignment of services.

The BMV’s mobile units consist of two staff members who travel monthly to 22 sites around Maine that don’t have a bureau office. The units can process driver’s licenses and identification cards.

The mobile unit visits Wiscasset on the second Thursday of the month in the Wiscasset Municipal Building. The final visit will be Thursday. The mobile visits to York were discontinued Aug. 20.

The BMV will continue to serve customers at its 13 branch offices, and at the remaining 22 mobile unit sites. In Wiscasset, customers can visit nearby BMV offices in Topsham, Augusta or Rockland. In York, customers can visit offices in Kennebunk or Springvale.

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