Expiration Dates Extended for DMV Credentials
On Sept. 2. 2020, Governor Cooper signed Coronavirus Relief Act 3.0. Among its provisions is a new extension of the expiration dates of five DMV credentials. If the credentials have already expired or are about to, the new expiration dates are now 30 days after the governor lifts his state of emergency order related to the COVID Pandemic.
The five credentials impacted are:
- CDL licenses
- CDL permits
- Disability placards
- State IDs
- Inspection mechanic licenses
Some DMV Offices Closed
For the health and safety of our customers and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, some DMV driver license offices have closed.
The open offices have transitioned to handle appointment-only visits and will limit the number of customers allowed inside at the same time, depending on the office size.
Before visiting an office, please check to see if it is open and what its operating hours are.
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Online DMV Services Available
More than a dozen DMV services can be conducted online without ever visiting an office.
- License renewals
- Vehicle registrations
- Duplicate license/ID cards
- Renew vehicle registration and pay property taxes
- Order personalized/specialized license plates