Going to the Department of Motor Vehicles can be a nightmare.
North Carolina has a plan that could keep drivers from waiting in line for hours just to get a license.
Starting Saturday, the west Charlotte office on Brookshire Boulevard will open on Saturdays.
Just like during the week, it will offer driver's licenses services and road tests, but drivers won't be able to take a motorcycle test on weekends.
The state says adding another day will spread out the amount of customers and improve customer service.
Some customers Eyewitness News spoke with Friday agreed.
"People who work from 9-6 can get in on Saturday, and it'll be helpful for everybody," said Keyonndre Henderson.
Some customers don't believe adding one extra day is going to make much of a difference.
"I just heard that everyone who works here from Monday through Friday will be here on Saturdays, and the hours are probably going to be cut, so that's just gonna jam-pack more people in here," said Kandice Barnes, who was at the DMV for two hours Friday.
The hours on Saturdays won't be the same as a weekday. The office will open from 8 a.m. until noon.
Starting Monday, the Brookshire Boulevard office will also stay open an extra hour during the week -- until 6 p.m.
The DMV is adjusting the hours at three offices, but the west Charlotte location is the only one in the Charlotte area.