RALEIGH, N.C. — Recently announced upgrades at North Carolina driver’s license offices are expanding across the state.
Gov. Pat McCrory’s office says self-service kiosks at 10 Division of Motor Vehicles locations in big cities like Asheville, Greensboro, Charlotte and Raleigh will be running by the end of the week.
By early January, another 43 DMV offices should begin accepting license and photo ID applications using new cameras and scanners designed to further reduce wait times. The governor says new cards already are being processed at 70 offices.
2016 should also see online driving logs for new teen drivers. Young people must record they have driven a minimum number of hours before they can advance to the next driver’s license level. Now driving times are filled out on paper.
,Recently announced upgrades at North Carolina driver’s license offices are expanding across the state.
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