Raleigh - The next stop for the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles Mobile Unit is in Union County at the Edwards Memorial Library in Marshville beginning May 15. The DMV mobile office will visit the library on the third Monday of each month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. through September.
The DMV mobile office will provide the same license and identification card services as it provides at a driver license office. The mobile office consists of two workstations that contain the equipment necessary for completing license and ID card applications: touch-screen testers, customer-facing monitors for information verification, document scanners and a credit/debit card machine.
The workstations fit inside a specially-modified sports utility vehicle that conserves fuel, offers easier driving and lowers maintenance costs, and provides the capability for flexible deployment throughout the state.
NCDMV has nine mobile units that serve 26 locations across the state, including a weekly visit to Pineville on Wednesdays. Get a complete schedule of DMV Mobile Unit stops at ncdot.gov/DMV.