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DMV mobile unit stops in northeastern NC postponed

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles is stopping scheduled visits of its mobile unit that serves location in northeastern North Carolina.

It's because the vehicle is under repair.
    
The following stops have been cancelled:  March 4 in Scotland Neck; March 5 in Windsor; March 11 in Jackson; March 12 in Plymouth; March 13 in Columbia and March 14 in Swan Quarter.
    
Repairs to the mobile unit are expected to be complete by March 15. The regular schedule is expected to resume March 18.
    
The mobile unit brings driver license services to remote areas and offers original and renewal license issuance, written, sign and road testing.

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