A driver who has satisfied the requirements of a suspension or revocation must reapply for their license and pay the associated fees, required by law, outlined in the chart below.
How to Make a Payment
Restoration and service fees are separate from the cost of getting a new, renewal or duplicate driver license.
Customers are encouraged to confirm amounts due prior to submitting payment via MoneyGram. Please call (919) 707-4275 to confirm your amount.
Paying Fees Online
Fees can be paid online using
MoneyGram or in person at any MoneyGram location.
If using the MoneyGram website, please follow the directions closely:
- Go to the
- Enter 18857 where it asks for a “biller or inmate facility."
- When NC DMV Driver License Restoration (18857) shows click on the selection or
hit enter on your keyboard.
- Click “Pay Bill"
- Enter the amount due and click “Pay this Biller"
- Select a payment option (debit/credit card) and then click “Next"
- You will be asked to create an account for MoneyGram
- Fill out the “Biller Information" section:
o Enter your phone area code and number
o Biller Account Number is your driver license or state ID number
Please note: Once the payment is received it will take up to 24 hours to process and your status will be “Inactive." Once your status is “Inactive" or “Eligible for Reinstatement," you will no longer have any holds in North Carolina and free to get a license in another state. Remember you are not ACTIVE until you receive a license in your current state.
Pay in Person or By Mail
Fees can be paid in person at
an NCDMV driver license office
(appointment required) or by check or money order made payable to:
N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles
1514 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1514
Mailed payments should include driver license/ID number (if known), full name and date of birth.
Make an Appointment
Skip the line at driver license offices by making an appointment online
. If you do not find an available appointment, please continue to check back as new available appointments are added each day.