NC halts replacing old license plates due to aluminum shortage

A New Department of Motor Vehicles branch is expected to open in Robbins.  A new contractor to operate a second license plate agency in Moore County is expected to be in place by the summer of 2019.

Friday is the last day the DMV License Tag Office will operate at Robbins Town Hall, located at at 101 N. Middleton Street.

NCDOT will be collecting materials and transferring computers, servers, and other materials in preparation for the new location.

The Robbins license plate agency has been in operation at that location since 2007. 

“We excited that this move creates a new private business in town. If you need DMV Tags while the offices are being transferred, please consider Aberdeen, Troy, Asheboro, or any other nearby location,” said Robbins Town Manager David Lambert in a news release.

This move is not expected to interrupt the monthly driver’s license service that operates at the Robbins Area Library.

Raleigh will release details regarding the new DMV once contracts have been signed. 

Services such as property tax payments and registration renewals can be completed online at


Photo credit/NCDOT.

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