Office to undergo two-day training sessions
RALEIGH - The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles will close its Fayetteville license plate agency on Tuesday, Dec. 9, and Wednesday, Dec. 10, to conduct customer service training.
NCDMV is currently holding statewide customer service training courses for all office locations. The Cumberland County-based agency, located at 815 Elm Street, will reopen on Thursday, Dec. 11, at 9 a.m.
Agencies located in the immediate area will remain open to provide vehicle registration services. The following locations will be open during the training:
Clinton -1121 Sunset Avenue, (910) 592-5265
Dunn -5410 Highway 55, Suite AB, (919) 544-3662
Hope Mills -5537 McPhail Street, (910) 424-2500
Raeford -520 West Donaldson Avenue, (910) 875-2179
Spring Lake -316 C Spring Lake Plaza, Highway 210 North, (910) 497-3707
LPAs offer vehicle registration services and title transactions, as well as vehicle license plate renewals, replacement tags and duplicate registrations. Currently, 122 license plate agencies operate across North Carolina.