Do I need to make an appointment to apply for a NC driver license? North Carolina

Driver License Appointment

You don’t need to make an appointment for the paperwork portion of getting a drivers license, but it would be prudent to do so. NC drivers license applicants with appointments are given priority over those who do not have appointments.

To make an appointment, call the DMV office where you wish to apply for a driver license and take the written exam. Not all offices are open everyday.

Driving Test

It is advisable to make an appointment for a driving skills test, although there is no written requirement for an appointment. These driving tests are not administered after 4 p.m., and you want to make sure there is someone available to help you.

Call the North Carolina DMV office where you want to take the test to schedule.

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