MyDMV is the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles’ online portal that allows North Carolina citizens a quick and secure way to view their license and vehicle information as well as perform common transactions securely online – anywhere and anytime.
View the frequently asked questions below for quick answers to common topics. For additional questions or concerns,
send a message or call the NCDMV Customer Contact Center at (919) 715-7000 from 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays.
For additional information about using this service, view the
online terms of service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Registration is not required to use MyDMV, but you must provide your valid North Carolina driver license number or identification number, your date of birth and one of the following:
- The last four digits of your Social Security number
- Your I-94 Proof of Legal Entry number
- Your alien registration number
Once signed in, you will be able to see the status of your driver license as well as information about any vehicles you have registered with NCDMV.
You will also be able to see links to other NCDMV services, such as online driver license renewal, online registration renewal and online driving records request.
MyDMV allows you to view detailed information about your accounts and has convenient links to commonly used NCDMV online services. However, you must still provide your customer information to access the services.
For security purposes, you will be locked out of your MyDMV account for 25 minutes if you enter invalid sign-in information three consecutive times. If you continue to have problems, please call the NCDMV Customer Contact Center at (919) 715-7000.
MyDMV is compatible with Internet Explorer versions 9, 10 and 11 as well as the most recent desktop and mobile versions of Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.
If inactive for 20 minutes, you will be prompted to continue your session and will automatically be logged out if you do not respond.
No, this means you have, at some point, obtained a duplicate license or ID card that has not yet expired. Only the most recently issued driver license or ID card is valid.
If you are applying for a North Carolina driver license for the first time, you must do so in person at your local NCDMV driver license office
Information listed in green is currently active. Items in red are either inactive or have expired.
MyDMV does not show an itemized breakdown of the registration fees you have paid. It will, however, provide you with an itemized breakdown of the vehicle property taxes paid to the NCDMV in any given year.
Yes, MyDMV is available 24 hours a day.