Schedules to change at driver’s license offices
ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. (WITN) - The schedules at driver’s license offices in North Carolina are soon going to change.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation says Saturday walk-in service hours at 16 offices, which began on May 21st and include ones in Greenville and Jacksonville, will end at the close of business on Aug. 27th.
Beginning Sept. 6th, another ten offices, including the one in New Bern, will join the 25 offices opening at 7 a.m., an hour earlier than normal, to provide walk-in services.
Road test waivers will be discontinued on Sept. 14 following Gov. Roy Cooper’s announcement of the end of the COVID-19 state of emergency on Monday.
The NCDOT says the final remaining change to DMV processes is the temporary reduction in the amount of time a teen driver must hold a Level 1 Limited Learner Permit. A 16- or 17-year-old had to have their level 1 permit for 12 months before they could advance to level 2, but that timeframe has been shortened to 6 months.
Do you see something needing a correction? Email us!
Copyright 2022 WITN. All rights reserved.