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Salisbury DMV office closed Sept. 8

Fifteen Division of Motor Vehicles driver license offices will be closed for one-day training either on Thursday, Sept. 8 or on Friday, Sept. 9. The closures will be for one day only; all offices will re-open on the following business day at 8 a.m.
Offices closing on Thursday, Sept. 8 are in West Charlotte, Gastonia, North Charlotte, Mount Holly, Salisbury, Mooresville, Thomasville and Mocksville.
Offices closing on Friday, Sept. 9 are located in South Charlotte, Lincolnton, East Charlotte, Concord, Lexington, Statesville and Asheboro.
Other activities scheduled at these offices, such as hearings or school bus training, will continue to be held. Customers are urged to call in advance of the closings with any questions.
The locations and phone numbers for the affected offices are:
• Salisbury, 5780 S. Main St., 704-633-5873.
• West Charlotte, 6016 Brookshire Blvd., 704-392-3266 or 704-392-3267;
• Gastonia, 2560 W. Franklin Ave., 704-853-5372;
• North Charlotte, 8446 N. Tryon St., 704-547-5786 or 704-547-5787;
• Mount Holly, 785 W. Charlotte Ave. Unit 2, 704-827-9486;
• Mooresville, 533 Patterson Ave., Suite 100, 704-664-3344;
• Thomasville, 1033 Randolph St., Suite 16, (336) 472-7334;
• Mocksville, 161 Poplar St., Suite 101, (336) 751-5016;
• South Charlotte, 201H W. Arrowood Road, 704-527-2562 or 704-527-2563;
• Lincolnton, 1450 N. Aspen St., 704-735-6923;
• East Charlotte, 6407 Idlewild Road, Suite 3.112, 704-531-5563 or 704-531-5529;
• Concord, 2192 Kannapolis Highway, 704-782-7214;
• Lexington, 2314 S. Main St., (336) 248-5179;
• Statesville, 905 Carolina Ave., N., 704-878-4220;
• Asheboro, 2754 U.S. 220 Business South, (336) 629-1949.

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