RALEIGH, NC (WWAY) — An internet outage is causing issues at NCDMV offices from Raleigh to the coast, the agency said Tuesday.
A fiber line was cut near Benson and has caused delays at driver license and license plate agency offices from south of Raleigh, to the Fayetteville and Wilmington areas, the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles said.
The outage is affecting some online driver license and vehicle registration services.
Offices in the following locations in central and southeastern North Carolina are closed as of 10:15 a.m.:
Elizabethtown (Bladen County)
Clinton (two offices closed)
Fayetteville (three offices closed)
Kenansville (Duplin County)
The North Carolina Department of Information Technology is assisting the NCDMV to correct the problem.
Customers can visit the NCDMV website to check on the status of their local office.