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Service Interrupted at Some NCDMV Offices in Parts of the Triangle and Coastal Plain of N.C.

​ROCKY MOUNT – An internet outage has interrupted service at select driver license offices and license plate agencies in portions of Triangle and Coastal Plain regions of North Carolina, the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles reported today.
AT&T, the internet service provider, reported the outage at approximately 8:15 a.m., which was the result of multiple fiber cuts in the Raleigh/Garner area. 

The outage is affecting 7 driver license offices and 4 license plate agencies in portions of the immediate Triangle area, and Coastal Plain, including the International Registration Plan (IRP) office in Raleigh.  NCDMV will attempt to reach out to customers to reschedule appointments at affected driver license offices.  

Officials with AT&T are working to restore service as soon as possible. The company did not have a timetable for when service could be restored. 

NCDMV officials are reminding people that many driver services, such as driver license and vehicle registration renewals, vehicle tax payments, and address changes, can be completed online without visiting an office. People can visit the official NCDMV website at​ to learn if they can complete their business online.​


4/29/2024 11:02 AM