North Carolina DMV sends out mobile units to help with IDs
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles says it has sent mobile units across the state to help workers at major employers obtain REAL IDs faster.
Spokesman Jamie Kritzer said in an email Tuesday mobile unit stops were provided either at special request or on a regular basis at locations including Camp Lejeune and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Kritzer said DMV will complete the appointments this month.
REAL ID is a form of driver’s license that satisfies federal standards set to go into full effect in October 2020.
WBTV in Charlotte reported DMV was providing driver’s license services to state workers at a special location unavailable to the public. Kritzer said the agency made the service available at its Raleigh headquarters, but isn’t currently doing so.