SALEM – DMV is replacing its online appointment request form with a new system that lets customers set appointments themselves. Starting at 8 a.m. Monday, July 6, the new appointment scheduler at will let you choose the time, date and office for your appointment – without needing a call-back from DMV. You also will be able to reschedule or cancel an appointment with this new service. See a preview of this easy-to-use appointment scheduler – In order to catch up with call-backs for the thousands of requests already submitted, DMV will stop taking appointment requests from 5 p.m. Friday, June 26, through the Fourth of July weekend. Currently, someone who submits an online appointment request gets a call back within four or five business days — so if DMV were to keep the online form open longer, people would be getting calls back after the new system is up and running, delaying their appointment scheduling.