For the first time, North Carolinians will be required to show a photo ID in order to vote in the upcoming election. For people who don’t live near a DMV, getting that ID may be a challenge.
The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles is urging residents to take advantage of new Saturday hours at its Greensboro and Winston-Salem offices.
The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles is offering more services online and expanding hours in some locations to shorten wait times.
A federal court judge in Winston-Salem is considering a settlement in a lawsuit that would change the rules on how people can get their driver's licenses back if they've been revoked.
With fewer cars on the road and court dates delayed, the state is taking in a smaller amount of fines and fees than normal.
More people were killed in car crashes last year, according to recent data, continuing an upward trend. But it's the rising rate of pedestrian deaths that is particularly alarming.
The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will be waiving some of its fees in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.