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NCDMV Expands Hours At Several Offices

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NCDMV to Expand Hours at 8 Offices NCDMV to Expand Hours at 8 Offices
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Starting May 4th, you'll have more time to make it to the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles, before their offices close for the day.

The NCDMV is expanding the hours at 8 additional driver license offices as part of an effort to improve customer service and reduce your wait time.

Expanded schedules will begin Saturday at the South Wilmington, Jacksonville, Manteo, Ahoskie, West Greensboro, Monroe, Wilkesboro and Asheville offices. Fourteen driver license offices statewide now offer the new schedule.

NCDMV first began expanded hours on March 2 in North Raleigh, West Charlotte and Greenville. Offices in South Fayetteville, South Durham and North Charlotte were added on April 6.  As a result of Saturday hours at these six offices, DMV has completed over 2,000 issuances during March and April.

Five of the new offices, located in South Wilmington, Jacksonville, West Greensboro, Monroe and Asheville, will be open each Saturday from 8 a.m. to Noon and, beginning on Monday, May 6, also for an additional hour on Monday to Friday afternoons, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 Most regular driver license services, including regular road tests, will be offered on Saturdays, with the exception of CDL skills tests, medical re-exams and motorcycle skills tests. Testing services at these offices will be available until 5:30 p.m. weekdays, but regular road tests will not be administered during rush hour. 

The NCDMV will announced expanded hours at other offices in the coming months.

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