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DMV Knows the Problem

Sidney Drabkin

Posted on August 8, 2018 08:37

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The DMV must keep standards high; we do not want sloppy drivers on the road.

I talked to many people in the afternoon who came early in the morning to get their driving license, and they did not go home until the afternoon. Several said that they got registered with a number from a computer, and then was told to sit down and your number would be called. For some reason their number was not called until several hours later. 

The question is: Why does this happen? Is it the computers not doing what they were designed to do? Were the employees too busy to check the computers, to see if they are working correctly?

If this is a problem now, what’s going to happen later when California is going to renew all drivers' licenses, for the required new driver licenses in 2022?

It seems that Sacramento knows of the problem, and they are going to open up the DMV offices on Saturday, which should help. Or should they just have small offices through out a city that only issues driver license, car registrations, boat licenses and nothing else. 

We must remember that the DMV must keep their standards high; we do not want unqualified drivers on the road. 

And another thing that the DMV can do is to see what can be done by mail to relieve the crowds at their office. 

Sacramento should fix these problem quickly, or we will have people who will become disgusted and drive without a driver’s license. 

Sidney Drabkin

Posted on August 8, 2018 08:37

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