NC DOT DMV
- Access the North Carolina DMV website to renew a driver’s license online, request a custom North Carolina license plate and more
- North Carolina’s DMV web site has an online vehicle tax estimation tool where drivers can plan for their annual taxes
With the North Carolina DMV website, customers can request a duplicate drivers license if theirs is lost or stolen, request a specialty license plate like the Charlotte 49ers, the Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets, or dozens of other options. The NCDMV website can even be used to pay vehicle tax. Drivers can also request a copy of their driving record from the NC DMV.
NC DOT DMV Notes
- For teens getting their license for the first time, the NC DMV website is a resource with the North Carolina Drivers’ handbook, plus information on the North Carolina graduated license program, where drivers can begin driving at 15, and get their full license by 18 years old
- North Carolina drivers interested in getting a handicapped parking placard can start the application process online, but must have a note from a physician stating that a disability prevents mobility
- There is a limit of two handicap placards per person in North Carolina
- A $5 fee per placard will be assessed, and will be due at the time North Carolina accepts the application
North Carolina DMV:
The NC DMV falls under the umbrella of the North Carolina Department of Transportation, which was founded in 1979, and operates, builds, and repairs highways and bridges in North Carolina, along with other modes of transportation like ferries at North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Any questions in regards to the NC DMV Registration Services Online can be directed to:
- (919) 715-7000
P. O. Box 29620,Raleigh, NC 27626
North Carolina has a mission of providing motor vehicle services, encouraging safety on the highways, enforcing North Carolina’s driving laws, and maintaining driving records.