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If possible, residents should use the DMV’s online services to complete any relevant transactions. Follow the DMV’s most recent updates for the latest information. Search For What’s Your Location? Going to the DMV may not be your idea of fun, but with the help of our DMV office finder, you can at least get to your local DMV office more quickly and easily, leaving time in your schedule for the things you want to do.

Enter your zip code above or find your county below to find the closest DMV office to you. In North Carolina, the Division of Motor Vehicles DMV is in charge of all things driving-related, from the personal paperwork you need to hit the road to the documents that keep your vehicle street-legal.

Find the nearest DMV office to you by clicking on your county below or entering your zip code above. Before finding your local DMV office, make sure the trip will be worth it! The NC Division of Motor Vehicles offers a number of online services , so you may be able to complete your task without ever leaving home!

However, there are some tasks that simply require a visit in person. See if yours allows you to make an appointment —this will save you a lot of time waiting in line. Bryson City. Camp Lejeune. Camp Lejuene. Elizabeth City. Forest City. High Point. Hope Mills. Indian Trail. Morehead City. Mount Airy.

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North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (NC) – DMV – Who we are

 
For driver and vehicle-related questions, call the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles at () weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. For. Need to renew your driver’s license? Look up information on a bus? Find answers here to all your questions about getting around in North Carolina.

 
 

– Official NCDMV: Online Services

 
 
For driver and vehicle-related questions, call the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles at () weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. For. Need to renew your driver’s license? Look up information on a bus? Find answers here to all your questions about getting around in North Carolina.

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