- Report: #404634
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Complaint Review: North Carolina Department Of Motor Vehicles
North Carolina Department Of Motor Vehicles3114 Mail Service Ctr Raleigh, North Carolina U.S.A.
North Carolina Department Of Motor Vehicles linking out of state drivers licenses to NC to exstort fees Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville North Carolina
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In November of 2008, I went and renewed my drivers license in CA. On December 13th I received a letter from the CA DMV stating my license is suspended in North Carolina, an I had thirty days to get a clearance from that state or my CA driver's license would be suspended. There was a NC contact address and number. This is where the nightmare begins. I contact the NC DMV and was told I had two outstanding issues which needed to be resolved. The first one was that I owed $100 dollars for a ticket from 1986. The second was that I needed to schedule a court appearance or hire a lawyer for a ticket I received in March of 1999 for driving on a suspended license. First the ticket from 1986, I did have a charge in 1986 in Fayetteville NC where I hired a lawyer and was found not guilty. The contact from the NC DMV said I need to contact the Fayetteville court, which I did and was told my case was never resolved, and that even though I was found not guilty I had to pay a $100 dollar revocation fee. 1986 was the last year I have ever been in the state of North Carolina and when I left everything was taken care of. I did no keep records from 22 years ago. So fine, I will pay the $100 dollars. I had to contact the Durham court for the ticket from 1999. I was not in North Carolina in 1999 and I thought it would be simple to clear up, boy was I wrong. Durham court told me I was charge with driving on a suspended NC driver's license, which I never had a NC license. I would have to contact the DMV who referred me to them. I called back the DMV and explained I was never in Durham in my life, let alone 1999, I was working and living in CA since I got out of the military in 1986. They told me my license was linked to the NC license with the same name as mine. For all they know I could have came back and got the ticket. And the only was to clear it was to appear in court or hire an attorney. So now I am faced with spending $$$$ to try and prove the person cited in 1999 was not me. They even gave me a NC license plate number of the car which was stopped. How could their records be so screwed up? Is it by design to rip-off out of people from out of state? How can I resolve this with out spending an arm and leg in these hard economic times?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/24/2008 10:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/North-Carolina-Department-Of-Motor-Vehicles/Raleigh-North-Carolina-27699/North-Carolina-Department-Of-Motor-Vehicles-linking-out-of-state-drivers-licenses-to-NC-to-404634. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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