All DMV Traffic Hearings to be postponed or rescheduled due to Hurricane Sandy from Nov 5th thru Nov 9th, 2012. DMV and traffic violations bureau offices will be open, some closed due to flooding.

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 All hearings in NYC DMV's will be shortly rescheduled due to Hurricane Sandy.  By canceling hearings, hundreds of police officers who otherwise would be testifying are freed to work in Hurricane related activities.

Here is the posting from DMV's website:

DMV offices in New York City, Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties will be open on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.
However, due to storm related damage and/or power outages, the following offices will continue to be CLOSED on Tuesday, November 6, 2012:
Coney Island District Office (2875 West 8th Street)
Coney Island Traffic Violations Bureau
Garden City District Office and Processing Center
New York District Office (11 Greenwich Street)
Rector Street Traffic Violations Bureau
Richmond District Office (1775 South Avenue)
Richmond Traffic Violations Bureau (1775 South Avenue)
Massapequa District Office
Also, all Traffic Violations Bureau hearings in New York City scheduled through Friday, November 9, 2012, are POSTPONED. If you have a hearing scheduled, please do not appear at the hearing site. Due to power outages/damage, Vehicle Safety hearings scheduled to be held at Rector Street and Garden City are POSTPONED until further notice. You will be notified of a rescheduled hearing date by mail.
Traffic Violations Bureau hearings and Safety Hearings in Suffolk County scheduled for Wednesday, November 7, 2012 and beyond, will go forward as scheduled.
Please check back periodically for updates about when normal operation will resume.

Be sure to check back here for the latest on DMV related information. Below you'll find a link to the DMV cancelation notice website page for the latest information.

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