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North Carolina DMV upgrades rolled out by McCrory

What can be a most tedious exercise — waiting at the DMV to obtain or renew a license — should get shorter, North Carolina state officials said Monday. And more drivers won't even have to go in person. Gov. Pat McCrory and Division of Motor Vehicles leaders visited a Wake County DMV office to announce the rollout of efforts to improve DMV statewide. He also signed a bill into law to allow the use of "e-signatures" for people to receive vehicle title and registration copies. "This is major customer service changes in North Carolina," McCrory told ceremony attendees in Garner. "We're in the 21st century — government's going to start...