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DMV driver license offices will be closed Monday

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Don't plan on applying for a driver's license Monday, or doing anything else at your local DMV driver's license office.  All driver's license offices across the state will be closed for the day.

DMV says the shutdown is necessary as part of a nationwide system upgrade for the National Driver Register, a 50-state database with information about drivers whose licenses have been revoked or suspended, or who have been convicted of serious traffic violations.

Licence plate agencies -- where you get tags, titles and other DMV things for your car -- will be open as usual Monday.  But if you need a driver's license or permit or ID card from DMV, you'll have to wait until Tuesday.

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Bruce Siceloff reports on traffic and transportation. A News & Observer reporter, editor and blogger since 1976, he took over the Road Worrier column in 2003. Lately he drives I-40 with the cruise control set at 68 mph. You can e-mail Bruce, call him at 919-829-4527, check out his Crosstown Traffic blog or follow him (@Road_Worrier) on Twitter.
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