New license branch opens today in Warsaw

The new license branch is located just west of the R.P. Home and Harvest store in Warsaw. News Now Warsaw photo by Dan Spalding.
By Dan Spalding
News Now Warsaw

WARSAW — Motorists take note: The license branch in Warsaw has officially moved.

The  Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles office has moved from its location in the Marketplace of Warsaw shopping center to a storefront further east in the shopping center that is home to R.P. Home and Harvest.

The new service center begins operations at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday and includes a 24/7 kiosk that allows the public to use some of its basic services whenever needed.

The new location is just west of the RP store and is well-marked with large signs.

News Now Warsaw reached out the to BMV officials a few weeks ago about the move. A spokesman said the change was made to “increase capacity.”

The Warsaw license branch had been in the Marketplace of Warsaw for nearly a dozen years, according to one employee.

The new license branch in Warsaaw has a kiosk that can help process some services 24 hours a day. News Now Warsaw photo by Dan Spalding.