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CREEDMOOR — The city of Creedmoor announced this week that it will host a satellite unit of the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles at city hall again several times this year.
The next Mobile DMV will be Thursday, March 5 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Future dates are planned for May 7, July 9, Sept. 10 and Nov. 5.
City hall is at 111 Masonic St.
Satellite DMV sites offer most services found at brick-and-mortar DMV offices, including issuing Real IDs, driver’s licenses, commercial driver’s licenses, motorcycle licenses and state ID cards.
Customers taking written tests for driver’s licenses should arrive by 3:15 p.m. (2 p.m. for commercial driver’s licenses) to ensure there’s enough time to finish the test.
Beginning Oct. 1, citizens will need a Real ID to board a commercial airplane, or enter a military base, federal prison, or federal courthouse.
To get a Real ID, customers must bring:
• One document showing proof of identity and birth, such as a birth certificate, passport or driver’s license.
• One document showing proof of full name and social security number, such as a social security card or W-2.
• Two documents showing proof of North Carolina residency, such as a vehicle registration, voter card or utility bill.
• One document showing proof of name change if your current name doesn’t match your birth certificate, such as a certified marriage license or divorce decree from a register of deeds.
• One document showing proof of legal status for non-US citizens, such as a valid resident card or certificate of naturalization.