NC Farmworker Driver’s License Testing and Renewal by Appointment Only

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The NC DMV asked us to remind everyone that appointments are necessary in order to either renew or test for an NC driver’s license. Licenses issued from someone’s home country like Mexico are valid for driving in the state; however, the “international license” is not. We are working with the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and law enforcement across the state to make sure everyone is aware of this.

Driver’s license appointments can be made with the NC DMV online or via phone as early as several weeks before the desired date. Attached you will find references farmers may find useful for planning purposes.

NC DMV Driver License offices

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