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Is It Faster to Make an Appointment?

Sidney Drabkin

Posted on May 11, 2018 02:48

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People who just drop in receive their driver's license faster then those who made appointments.

If you want an experience of hurry up and wait, go and have your driver license renewed. One person told me he went in at 8 a.m. and did not get out until 4 p.m. He spent eight hours waiting to take a 30 minute writing test.

 “When you go in,” he said, “you go to a desk clerk who gives you papers so you can go to a computer to answer personal questions. After you answer the questions on the computer, you get a confirmation number. Then, you go to a desk clerk, who gives you a number so you can take the written test.” 

The problem is that after you get your number to take the test, you can wait for hours until your number is called. You just sit and wait.

You are told to make an appointment to speed up the process. But, is that true? It seems like there were people who just dropped in and got their driver license faster then those who made appointments.

The question is: Why make an appointment to get your driver license when you can get it faster by not making an appointment? Getting you driver license is very important because the license tells anyone who sees you driving that you know the state rules.

Anyone with several hours of training can drive a car, but knowing what to do on the road is where your license shows proof that you know the regulation and laws of driving. 

Sidney Drabkin

Posted on May 11, 2018 02:48

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