NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New Yorkers have a little more time to get their vehicle registrations up to date.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order setting Nov. 3 as the new deadline to get inspections done and registrations renewed.

The governor first extended the deadline when the pandemic shutdowns began in March.

For more information, visit dmv.ny.gov/registrations.

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  1. Joe Wong says:

    That’s nice, since many of the stations that did emissions and safety inspections were closed, and were impacted by this Covid-19 pandemic, so this extension will be very helpful for many.

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