RALEIGH, N.C. — N.C. Division of Motor Vehicle customers are reminded that expiration dates that start Aug. 1 are not eligible for the five-month extension that was signed into law in May.
That law automatically extended expiration dates from March 1 through July 31. Those extra five months remain in effect for those customers. So, if your registration has a deadline of March 31, 2020, the new due date will be Aug. 31, 2020.
The credentials and other licenses and registrations that return to their original expiration date as of Aug. 1 includes:
- Driver license.
- Learner’s permit.
- Limited learner’s permit.
- Limited provisional license.
- Full provisional license.
- Commercial driver license.
- Commercial learner’s permit.
- Temporary driving certificate.
- Special identification card.
- Handicapped placard.
- Vehicle registration.
- Temporary vehicle registration.
- Dealer license plate.
- Transporter plate.
- Loaner/Dealer “LD” plate.
- Vehicle inspection authorization.
- Inspection station license.
- Inspection mechanic license.
- Transportation network company permit.
- Motor vehicle dealer license.
- Sales representative license.
- Manufacturer license.
- Distributor license.
- Wholesaler license.
- Driver training school license.
- Driver training school instructor license.
- Professional house-moving license.
The end of the extension also means the due dates for motor vehicle taxes that are tied to vehicle registrations no longer get extended.