RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The North Carolina Department of Transportation unveiled its new mobile office in wake Forest Monday.
The office, which carries two driver license examiner stations, is part of Gov. Pat McCrory’s initiative to improve customer service and reduce wait times at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
“This first of its kind mobile office allows us to connect all North Carolinians to the services they need, regardless of where they live,” McCrory said in a written release. “This one stop shop allows customers to handle all their motor vehicle needs close to home.”
The new mobile office mirrors the driver license services that are offered in brick-and-mortar offices.
“We’re going to add a few more and that way we’ll be able to go different places on different occasions. If there is an office that for some reason is closed, like if they’re going through training, we can move one of these and continue services,” said Steve Abbott, N.C. Department of Transportation.
The mobile office will be in Wake Forest until 4 p.m. and will return on March 21.
DMV plans to add three more mobile offices and make 70 stops throughout the state.