Some DMV offices across North Carolina are closing starting Wednesday

North Carolina State of Division of Motor Vehicles is closing some of its offices Wednesday.

DMV officials say 60 of their smaller offices statewide will be closed to accommodate “social distancing” during the coronavirus outbreak.

50 offices will remain open but will shift to appointment-only visits and will limit the number of customers allowed inside at the same time, depending on the office size, officials said.

There will be no road tests except for commercial driver’s licenses and medical reassessments.

All customers for the driver’s license offices will be asked to complete a wellness questionnaire provided by state health officials to mitigate the potential spread of the virus.

Customers who have appointments at the offices being closed will be given new appointments once those offices reopen. Affected employees will be reassigned to help staff the offices scheduled to remain open or to assist at DMV customer service call centers.

LISTS ARE AS OF 3:30 P.M. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 17 AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Open Driver’s License Offices that will provide services by appointment only
include:
Asheboro
Asheville
Carrboro
Cary
Charlotte (all)
Clayton
Clyde
Concord
Durham (both)
Elizabeth City
Fayetteville (both)
Forest City
Fuquay Varina
Goldsboro
Graham
Greensboro (both)
Greenville
Hendersonville
Hickory
High Point
Huntersville
Jacksonville
Kernersville
Kinston
Lexington
Lumberton CDL; Lumberton DLO
Monroe
Mooresville
Morganton
Mt. Airy
New Bern
Raleigh (both)
Rocky Mount
Salisbury
Shelby
Smithfield
Statesville
Washington
Wentworth
Wilmington (both)
Wilson
Winston-Salem (both)

Closed Driver’s License Offices include:
Ahoskie
Albemarle
Andrews
Boone
Brevard
Bryson City
Burgaw
Burnsville
Clinton
Edenton
Elizabethtown
Elkin
Erwin
Franklin
Greensboro Express
Hamlet
Havelock
Henderson
Jefferson
Kenansville
Laurinburg
Lillington
Louisburg
Marion
Marshall
Mocksville
Mount Airy
Mount Olive
Nags Head
Newland
Oxford
Pembroke
Polkton
Raeford
Roanoke Rapids
Roxboro
Siler City
Sparta
Spruce Pine
Sylva
Tarboro
Taylorsville
Troy
Walnut Cove
Whiteville
Williamston
Yadkinville
Yanceyville

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