Unit expected to be back in service for May 22 visit
RALEIGH – The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles has announced that its mobile unit will be unable to stop as scheduled in Hayesville on Wednesday, May 15. The mobile unit serving the town will be undergoing repairs.
The division anticipates repairs to the mobile unit will be completed in time for its next scheduled stop in Hayesville on Wednesday, May 22.
Online driver license services are available and include the purchase of duplicate driver licenses and ID cards, as well as driving records. To prepare for your next trip to the DMV mobile unit, visit http://www.ncdot.gov/dmv/driver/ for a list of the documents you will need to obtain a North Carolina driver license.
NCDMV mobile units take driver license services to remote areas of the state, offering original and renewal license issuance, written, sign and road testing.