DMV extends renewal dates for some credentials
By John Brockwell
Public Information Officer
RALEIGH – On Sept. 4, Governor Cooper signed Coronavirus Relief Act 3.0. The text of the 52-page law is at https://www.ncleg.gov/Sessions/2019/Bills/House/PDF/H1105v7.pdf
Among its provisions is a new extension of the expiration dates of five DMV credentials. If they have already expired or are about to, their new expiration dates are now 30 days after the governor lifts his state of emergency order related to the COVID Pandemic.
The five credentials impacted are:
Inspection mechanic licenses
This latest expiration date extension is in addition to a similar step taken last spring that extended expiration dates of 27 DMV credentials such as driver licenses and permits, and vehicle registrations. That decision granted a one-time, five-month extension of expiration dates between March 1 through July 31.
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