Published Thursday, 17 July 2014
It comes after the government announced a move to centralise DVA services in Wales.
Thousands of local motorists use the offices every month to tax or register their vehicles, but from next week they have will to go online or use a post office.
Meanwhile over 300 workers from NI's eight DVA centres have said they are still waiting to be told if they will be moved to other jobs.
The largest centre was in Coleraine, Co Londonderry, and staff say it has been a "sad day".
"We still don't know what's going to happen," one worker told UTV. "It's uncertain for people, will they have to travel, will they have to make other arrangements?"
Another added: "They had very good staff and I think they've been treated abominably. It's a very, very sad day."
There was a rush to get cars taxed in Coleraine on Thursday. From Monday it will have to be done online after all UK-wide services become centralised at the DVA in Swansea.
Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland last month said it was hoped that up to 100 short term jobs could be provided for former motor tax workers in Coleraine, while the Department of the Environment has pledged to move 70 civil service posts to the town.
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