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The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV) is again seeking applicants for a commissioned contractor to operate a license plate agency (LPA) in Mooresville.
In North Carolina, NCDMV oversees LPAs, but the agencies are managed by private businesses or local governments. The current agency, at 125 N. Main St., Suite 5, in Mooresville, will close on Feb. 14, 2024, after the current operator’s contract ends. The agency has been operated by Pamela Morgan since 2016.
The division’s policy is to open applications to operate a license plate agency after the expiration or end of a contract, or when the need arises for a new or additional agency in a certain county. Completed applications must be returned to the NCDMV no later than Dec. 29. The applications (Form MVR-93I, Form MVR-93B, or Form MVR-93M) can be found on the Connect NCDOT website. Interested applicants may call 919-615-8521 with questions.
NCDMV previously solicited a new contractor in September, but a suitable applicant was not found. Previous applicants must reapply. LPAs offer vehicle registration services and title transactions, as well as vehicle license plate renewals, replacement tags and duplicate registrations. Currently, 123 license plate agencies operate in North Carolina.
People are reminded that many vehicle services can be completed online, including property tax payments and registration renewals. To get started, please visit MyNCDMV.gov.