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8/26/2016: NCDMV Mobile Unit to Visit Columbus Additional Day Each Month

NCDMV Mobile Unit to Visit Columbus Additional Day Each Month

Posted 8/26/2016 1:48:18 PM

 Unit will visit on most Thursdays RALEIGH – Polk County residents will have expanded access to driver license services beginning in September, thanks to additional visits by a mobile unit of the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles. The DMV mobile unit will include an additional Thursday stop in Columbus each month, adding to its current three visits. With its new schedule, the unit will visit four times each month beginning with Thursday of the first full week of every month. The unit will continue to be located at the Polk County license plate agency at 51 Walker St. The mobile unit offers DMV services such as driver license applications and renewals, identification card applications and duplicate cards and licenses. It also administers written and sign tests for new drivers.     The unit’s September stops in Columbus include Sept. 8, Sept. 12, Sept. 22 and Sept. 29. It will operate from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The unit may be reached at (252) 425-3301. Many DMV services, including driver license renewals and duplicate credentials, can be performed online by going to www.ncdot.gov/dmv and clicking “Online Services.”  ***NCDOT***
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8/25/2016: Lumberton Driver License Office to Close for Equipment Installation, Renovations on September 1

Lumberton Driver License Office to Close for Equipment Installation, Renovations on September 1

Posted 8/25/2016 5:10:29 PM

Office is scheduled to re-open September 6 RALEIGH – The Lumberton Driver License Office will temporarily close for equipment installation and renovations on Thursday, Sept. 1. It is scheduled to re-open on Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 8 a.m. The Lumberton office, located at 4650 Kahn Dr., is one of 25 driver license offices across the state to undergo a new office design that will include the installation of new cubicles and ergonomic bench seating to increase customer comfort, as well as informational posters and a multi-function printer to assist with office efficiency. The office will also undergo wall removal and the installation of Plexiglas panels. As part of the second phase of state DMV office upgrades, renovations will be completed in 50 of the state’s 113 driver license offices by the end of November. NCDMV now offers driver license renewals and many other services online. Customers are encouraged to check the official NCDMV website at www.ncdot.gov/dmv and click “Online Services” to see if their driver license needs can be met online. During the Lumberton closure, customers who need in-office services can visit other offices located in the region and are encouraged to call the numbers below to make an appointment: Elizabethtown – 107 N. Gillespie St., (910) 862-3169 Laurinburg – 1421 West Blvd., (910) 277-2430 Whiteville – 917 Washington St., (910) 642-2017 ***NCDOT***
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8/25/2016: Mobile Unit Providing Service at Brevard Driver License Office During Building Repairs

Mobile Unit Providing Service at Brevard Driver License Office During Building Repairs

Posted 8/25/2016 10:53:46 AM

 Office is scheduled to re-open within weeks  RALEIGH – The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles has brought relief to the Brevard Driver License Office, installing a mobile unit at the facility, which has been closed since Aug. 1. The DMV mobile unit is located in the parking lot of the Brevard office at 50 Commerce St., and offers driver license services, including testing and renewals. The office was damaged on Sunday, July 31, when a vehicle crashed into the office door and rendered it inoperable. Repairs to the building are underway, but may take two more weeks to complete.         The mobile unit began providing services Monday, Aug. 22 and will continue to operate until the office is repaired. The unit is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Many DMV services, including driver license renewal, can be performed online by going to www.ncdot.gov/dmv and clicking Online Services. The Hendersonville office located at 125 Baystone Dr., also provides driver license services in the region. It can be reached at (828) 692-6915. ***NCDOT***
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8/23/2016: Asheboro Driver License Office to Close for Equipment Installation, Renovations on August 30

Asheboro Driver License Office to Close for Equipment Installation, Renovations on August 30

Posted 8/23/2016 3:45:48 PM

Office is scheduled to re-open September 1 RALEIGH – The Asheboro Driver License Office will temporarily close for equipment installation and renovations on Tuesday, Aug. 30. It is scheduled to re-open on Thursday, Sept. 1, at 8 a.m. The Asheboro office, located at 2754 U.S. Highway 220-Business South, is one of 25 driver license offices across the state to undergo a new office design that will include the installation of new cubicles and ergonomic bench seating to increase customer comfort, as well as informational posters and a multi-function printer to assist with office efficiency. The office will also undergo carpet cleaning and window improvements. As part of the second phase of state DMV office upgrades, renovations will be completed in 50 of the state’s 113 driver license offices by the end of November. NCDMV now offers driver license renewals and many other services online. Customers are encouraged to check the official NCDMV website at www.ncdot.gov/dmv and click “Online Services” to see if their driver license needs can be met online. During the Asheboro closure, customers who need in-office services can visit other offices located in the region and are encouraged to call the numbers below to make an appointment: Lexington – 2314 S. Main St., (336) 248-5179 High Point – 650 Francis St., (336) 884-1003 Siler City – U. S. Highways 421 South and 64 West, North 2nd Ave., Ext., (919) 663-2601 Thomasville – 1033 Randolph St., Suite 16, (336) 472-7334                                                 ***NCDOT***
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8/17/2016: East Durham Driver License Office to Close for Equipment Installatiion, Renovations on August 25

East Durham Driver License Office to Close for Equipment Installatiion, Renovations on August 25

Posted 8/17/2016 1:21:28 PM

 Office is scheduled to re-open August 29 RALEIGH – The East Durham Driver License Office will temporarily close for equipment installation and renovations on Thursday, Aug. 25. It is scheduled to re-open on Monday, Aug. 29, at 8 a.m. The East Durham office, located at 101 S. Miami Blvd., is one of 25 driver license offices across the state to undergo a new office design that will include the installation of new cubicles and ergonomic bench seating to increase customer comfort, as well as informational posters and a multi-function printer to assist with office efficiency. As part of the second phase of state DMV office upgrades, renovations will be completed in 50 of the state’s 113 driver license offices by the end of November. NCDMV now offers driver license renewals and many other services online. Customers are encouraged to check the official NCDMV website at www.ncdot.gov/dmv and click “Online Services” to see if their driver license needs can be met online. During the East Durham closure, customers who need in-office services can visit other offices located in the region and are encouraged to call the numbers below to make an appointment: Carrboro – 100 N.C. Highway 54, Suite 104GG., (919) 929-4161 Cary – 1387 SE Maynard Road, (919) 468-0319 Hillsborough – 1201 U.S. Highway 70 West, (919) 732-2427 North Raleigh – 2431 Spring Forest Road, Suite 101, Spring Forest Pavilion (919) 855-6877 *** NCDOT***  
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