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Raleigh

Get Your License Here:

2431 Spring Forest Pavilion Drive, #101, Raleigh, NC 27615

Get Your Plates Here:

2533 ATLANTIC AVE, SUITE 102
RALEIGH, NC 27604


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What Should I Bring ?

There is a short Checklist online: https://www.ncdot.gov/dmv/Pages/default.aspx

Our Checklist:

Bring Everything!

Social Security Card

Birth Certificate

Proof of Insurance

Proof of Residency

Identity Proof

Marriage Certificate/Divorce Papers

Passport


Apex

Get Your Driver's License Here:

1387 SE MAYNARD ROAD
CARY, NC 27511

or

3231 AVENT FERRY ROAD
RALEIGH, NC 27606 

Get Your Plates Here:

1251 BUCK JONES ROAD
RALEIGH, NC 27606

or

1100 NEW BERN AVENUE
RALEIGH, NC 27697


Cary

Get Your Drivers' License Here:

1387 SE MAYNARD ROAD
CARY, NC 27511

Get Your Plates Here:

1251 Buck Jones Road, Raleigh , NC  27606

(Located Inside the Mall)

 


Garner

 

Get Your Drivers' License Here:

222 FOREST HILLS DRIVE
GARNER, NC 27529

Get Your Plates Here:

1100 NEW BERN AVENUE
RALEIGH, NC 27697

or 

18 E DEPOT ST
ANGIER, NC 27501-6017


 

Holly Springs

Get Your Drivers' License Here:

1387 SE MAYNARD ROAD
CARY, NC 27511

Get Your Plates Here:

408 VILLAGE WALK DR
HOLLY SPRINGS, NC 27540-7699

or 

1251 BUCK JONES ROAD
RALEIGH, NC 27606


 

Morrisville

Get Your Drivers' License Here:

1387 SE MAYNARD ROAD
CARY, NC 27511

Get Your Plates Here:

5410 NC HIGHWAY 55 SUITE AB
DURHAM, NC 27713


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Shopping Tips for Students and Grads

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(StatePoint) College is a time when many young people buy their first cars. But with the rising cost of a degree, students and their families will want to ensure they are getting a good value on vehicle purchases.

Here are some great ways to get more bang for your buck:

Go Certified Pre-Owned

The last thing busy college students need is to sink time and money into regularly fixing a clunker. Rather than purchase a standard used car with an unknown history, consider a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle. CPOs are often a safer bet, as they come with a warranty and have gone through a multipoint inspection to ensure quality. Some contracts even include 24/7 roadside assistance.

Seek Special Deals

You’ll want to get around campus or commute to your first job in style, so look out for special deals and programs offered to students that can help you find a fun, modern car with all the latest safety and technology features at an affordable price. For example, MINI USA is offering the 2019 MINI Oxford Edition exclusively to college students and recent graduates. This includes current full- and part-time students of any two- or four-year accredited college or university, any recent college graduates within 12 months of their graduation, as well as students enrolled in post-bachelor’s degree programs, such as graduate school, law school or medical school. For no additional cost, this edition offers $6,900 worth of optional equipment as standard, including a connected infotainment system, rear-view camera, park distance control, a dual-pane panoramic moonroof and heated seats.

Factor in Other Costs

Remember, the cost of maintaining a car also includes auto insurance. Take this into consideration when determining what you can afford. You can stretch your budget with a bit of comparison shopping and by looking into discounts that suit your lifestyle. For example, some policies offer breaks for safe driving, good grades, low mileage, community service participation and more.

Buying a car while paying for college or settling into a first job may sound overwhelming, but by doing a little research and keeping your options open, there are many ways to affordably secure and maintain a great car.

 


 

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Raleigh

Snickerdoodles: 3721 Lynn Road, Suite #112, Raleigh, NC  27613

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North Carolina Parents Urged to Discuss Safe Driving Habits with Teens

Insurance Commissioner and Safe Kids NC Chairman Mike Causey urges teens and their families to discuss smart strategies for staying safe behind the wheel.

Motor vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death for American teenagers.

Most of those crashes are the result of inexperienced teen drivers taking risks such as not using their seatbelt, texting, driving with teen passengers, speeding, driving under the influence or driving in the dark.

"Every year more than two thousand teen drivers die in car crashes, most of which are caused by inexperience on the road," said Commissioner Causey. "Teen Driver Safety Week serves as an important reminder to parents to talk to their teens about the necessity of buckling up, not using their phone while driving and to make sure to follow the rules of the road."

Safe Kids NC recommends the following safety tips for teen drivers:

  1. Talk to your teens about how to be safe while driving. Remind teens to follow traffic signals and laws, make eye contact with pedestrians, and enter and exit driveways and alleys slowly and carefully.

  2. Make a formal agreement with your teen and enforce it. A 2016 research report by Safe Kids Worldwide showed that formal parent-teen agreements regarding driving restrictions help reduce risky driving, traffic violations and crashes.

  3. Let your actions speak as loud as your words. Kids are always watching, even when you think they're not. So set a good example when kids and teens are in the car. If you buckle up, they are more likely to buckle up. If you speed, most likely they will too.

  4. Ensure your new teen driver gets at least 50 hours of experience under a variety of driving conditions. Having more experience behind the wheel helps new drivers manage driving in the dark and driving with other teen passengers in the car -- situations that increase the likelihood of crashes for young drivers.

  5. Take action against distraction. Teach teen drivers to put cell phones and other distractions in the back seat or out of sight until they reach their final destination.

  6. Be alert around neighborhoods and schools. When driving, be especially alert in residential neighborhoods and school zones and be on the lookout for bikers, walkers or runners who may be distracted or may unexpectedly step into the street.

  7. Watch out for pedestrians. Give pedestrians the right-of-way and look both ways when making a turn to help spot any bikers, walkers or runners who may not be immediately visible.

To learn more safety tips, visit: https://www.safekids.org/safetytips


 

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