The state Division of Motor Vehicles has added Wake to the list of counties where it is waiving some fees through November because of Hurricane Matthew.
DMV is now waiving the fees in 40 counties as a way to help people recover from the storm. They include fees for obtaining duplicate driver licenses, titles and registration cards as well as replacement plates.
“Waiving these fees will help build on our efforts to support North Carolinians affected by the storm,” Gov. Pat McCrory said in a statement.
In addition to Wake, the counties eligible for the waivers include Nash, Johnston, Harnett and Lee. Residents in Wake County seeking a waiver of a DMV fees must request the waiver and complete a Hurricane Matthew Fee Waiver Affidavit, which is available at DMV offices.