How to change your address for your North Carolina DMV?
If you are moving within, to or even from North Carolina, you will need to update your address with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). DMV is a state-level government agency that handles everything related to vehicles and licenses. You can update your address with the North Carolina DMV Online and In-Person.
North Carolina DMV requires you to update your address within 60 days of moving. You are required to update your address on your identification card, driver’s license, vehicle registration and vehicle title.
Even if you’re moving within the state of North Carolina, you will still be required to notify the DMV of the change of address. You will have to change your address with the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles. You will be required to get a new or duplicate ID or license. Also, you will be required to get a new or duplicate vehicle registration.
The fee for making a duplicate license is $14 and for duplicate registration cards is $21.50.
So how can you apply for a North Carolina DMV change of address?
This is one of the most convenient options available, considering that you have your North Carolina Driver’s License, ID, Date of Birth and a social security number (SSN). You can easily update your address with just a few clicks.
To change your address online, visit the North Carolina DMV’s website.
You will be required to provide your social security number, email address, date of birth, debit and credit card.
The online DMV change of address is only applicable under certain conditions. You can also change your address in person at the NCDMV office.
Following are some of the major DMV offices and their address in North Carolina:
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
2210 Carthage St, Sanford
Department of Motor Vehicles
2391 Coliseum Blvd, Greensboro
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
815 Elm St, Fayetteville
To update your address on the driver’s license, you will need the following documents:
Note : Update your address by mail with the DMV is not an option available in the state of North Carolina.
If you are moving from another state to North Carolina, you need to get a new driver’s license and update your vehicle’s registration too. You have 60 days to apply for a new driver’s license and 30 to register your vehicle with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, considering you have a valid, unexpired driver’s license from another U.S. state.
You can drive around in North Carolina for 60 days if you have a valid, unexpired learner license from another U.S. state. After that, you need to pay a visit to your local DMV office to apply for a new license.
Here’s how you can apply for a new driver’s license and hence update your address with the DMV:
If you’re moving out of North Carolina, you will not be required to inform the NCDMV about the address change on your driver’s license. Your North Carolina’s driver’s license will be automatically canceled once you obtain a license from the state you are moving in.
North Carolina requires you to surrender your license plates and driver’s license to the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles.
Be sure that you notify the FLHSMV within 30 days of the move.
You need the following documents to update your address with the Florida FLHSMV:
You can view the complete list of documents here:
Yes, you have to pay for all your vehicles. You can visit the fees page to see the vehicle registration fee for each type of vehicle.
No, filling out an official U.S. postal service change of address form will not update your address in the FLHSMV records.
Yes, you have to return your vehicle registration and license plates to FLHSMV.
You will face legal issues, miss important driver’s license and vehicle registration renewal notices, miss traffic ticket deadlines, and notices for parking tickets.