The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will offer a Mobile Driver’s License Unit in the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre Arts Annex, 405 S. Brooks St., on the first and third Monday of each month from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Division of Motor Vehicles’ new compact mobile office is part of Governor Pat McCrory’s initiative to improve customer service and reduce wait times at the DMV.
“This first of its kind mobile office allows us to connect all North Carolinians to the services they need, regardless of where they live,” Governor McCrory said. “This one-stop shop allows customers to handle all their motor vehicle needs close to home.”
Offering two driver license examiner stations, the new mobile office mirrors the driver license services provided in brick-and-mortar offices.
“This new unit not only gives us new flexibility, but it also offers a completely new tool in our toolbox for serving DMV customers,” said Department of Transportation Secretary Nick Tennyson. “It is the first of its kind, and we would not be at all surprised to have other jurisdictions in the country show an interest in this new concept.”