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The DMV office in Roseville will be closed for about two weeks this summer. The Department of Motor Vehicles is moving into a new, larger facility that can serve about 500 people a day. To accommodate the move, the office currently open along Harding
Calif. (AP) — The computer network at the California Department of Motor Vehicles went down for several hours Tuesday, triggering delays as clerks at field offices throughout the state processed driver's licenses and registrations by hand.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles was one of several state departments whose computer systems were down on Tuesday morning, a DMV spokesman said. Computers went down at DMV field offices statewide around 8 a.m. after a problem occurred at
In a push to cut costs, the Oregon Division of Motor Vehicles is extending hours in its Sherwood office as it prepares to cut down two express offices in Eugene and Hillsboro. The change, which takes place in mid-May, is designed to cater to the
Steps have been taken to prevent any more DMV window clerks from accepting bribes in exchange for issuing driver's licenses to illegal residents, the Nevada agency's director said Thursday. "We do (think the new procedures are sufficient), but we
The Department of Motor Vehicles office at 222 Harding Blvd. was closed Nov. 2 when mold was found near a janitor's closet...During the closure, customers used offices in Folsom, Rocklin and Carmichael where Roseville DMV employees were temporarily
The Department of Motor Vehicles office at 222 Harding Blvd. was closed Nov. 2 when mold was found near a janitor's closet. The office was closed as a precautionary measure, a DMV spokesman said...Crews began work to restore the area on Wednesday and
Mary Boland Registering the poor to vote is un-American ... like handing out burglary tools to criminals. It is profoundly antisocial and un-American to empower the nonproductive segments of the population. Matthew Vadum, right-wing commentator in
Calif- The California Department of Motor Vehicles is blaming a computer crash for its failure to be able to process driver's license or registration requests Monday morning. The system failed Monday morning after an upgrade was competed over the
California drivers who received their vehicle registration renewal notices late this summer and missed their payment deadline can ask to have their late penalties waived or refunded, according to Department of Motor Vehicles Director George Valverde.