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Crooked DMV Employees Across the USA

Fraud at DMV Offices
After reading articles all over the internet on numerous Department of Motor
Vehicles employees being arrested on various charges, makes me wonder just how many
illegal drivers or citizens does the US really have. Most state license bureau
offices issue State Id’s. Its been reported employees of these state run offices are
supplying fraudulent drivers licenses and new id’s. How are we to know if someone
really exists?

This is a major problem and is not just with the entry level employees. Recently a
47 year old supervisor Lori Mann was charged with forgery, tampering with public
records and issuing a false certificate. It leaves one to wonder what all did this
supervisor, with 20 years on the job, do at the license bureau during her time
there.

There is also reports in California that thousands of illegal licenses were obtained
over the years at various different California DMV offices. Not only is this
happening in the offices but several hundred NYPD police officers are charged with
changing car license plates and drivers license numbers on tickets.

Is there any kind of FBI check done on the state license bureau employees?

After reviewing several DMV sites it appears local license branch offices are not
required to do intense background checks on their employees. There are some small
towns and cities the DMV employees are hired without any background check. It should
be mandatory across the US that ALL Department of Motor Vehicle employees submit
fingerprint cards and be cleared by the FBI before gaining employment.

Innocent Consumers Must Comply on a Daily Basis.

All one has to do is read the google news and you will soon learn that the drivers license, drivers test, license plates and various other DMV services are being compromised throughout the US.
The ironic point here is that hard working honest
people are put through the grind every day at their local license bureau branch
office. John Q citizen must produce various pieces of paperwork. If the paperwork is not 100% complete many are forced to leave and return later with the missing papers.
In the meantime dishonest DMV employees are handing out illegal transactions by the thousands.
It is time the DMV state license bureau offices enact tougher screening and rules for their employees.

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100 MPG: No Drivers License Needed

In today’s economy with gasoline reaching $4 per gallon consumers are looking for ways to save money. There are several states that offer unrestricted regulations on Mopeds. There is no drivers license, license plate, insurance, title, or helmet required to operate a moped in several states. The states of Montana, Virginia, North Carolina and West Virgina are considered some of the states where anyone can operate a Moped without regulations or drivers license required. Considering the cost of drivers license, insurance, license plates and other DMV fees, along with the mileage per gallon sometimes reaching 100 mpg, people are looking into other means of transportation.

Some states require only drivers license to operate mopeds or scooters. There are a few states that are now considering to lessen the rules and regulations, in the events of recent economic conditions and the rise of gasoline prices, on small scooters, electric bicycles, mopeds and even golf carts.

Visit your local license bureau website and check out the rules and regulations on small scooters and mopeds. Check your local craigslist or ebay for used or new ones for sale. You may want to invest in one if the gasoline prices continue to rise.

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Tips When Going to Your DMV Office

Tips For Getting In & Out of the DMV Fast

We all dread it: that snake-like line that forms around the chairs and sometimes out
the door. Even with the invention of smart phones and iPads, the wait still feels
like forever. No one likes to take a whole day off work to run errands. The good
news is there are certain things you can do to make your visit to the Department of
Motor Vehicles as quick and painless as possible.

1. Visit the DMV office at the best times.
– Generally, the best days to visit a license branch are mid-week.
– Avoid Mondays and Fridays, which are the busiest days.
– Generally, the best times to visit a drivers license office is 9:30 – 11:30 am.
– Another good time to visit a drivers license office is 2 – 4 pm.
– Avoid the first and last day of the month and the day following a holiday.

2. Bring the appropriate payment with you.
– Arrive at the DMV office with cash or check.
– If you need to pay using credit, then do it online.

3. Do it from home, if possible.
– Save $3 on your license plate renewal by completing the online form.
– Save $5 on your title application by mailing it in.
– Renew your driver’s license online with your credit card.

4. Look for third party service providers.
– Need your plates renewed? Try a vehicle emission inspection station.
– Need a title or registration renewal? Check your state DMV website for a complete
list of Title-registration service providers.

5. Arrive at the DMV office prepared.
– Have proof of identity (license, permit, passport, military ID, marriage certificate)
– Know your social security number by heart or bring your card with you as proof of ID
– Bring proof of your name and birth date (birth certificate, passport, photo ID)
– Bring proof of your residency (utility bill, piece of mail, school transcript,
employer paycheck, bank account statement, medical assistance card)
– Bring proof of presence if you are an immigrant (certificate of citizenship or
naturalization, alien registration card, or temporary resident card)

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License Bureau In North Carolina – No Hassel With Proper Qualifications

Drivers license requirements

The NC License Bureau for getting your drivers license, whether renewed or for the first
time, is set apart from most states concerning their rules and regulations. Not to
worry though. They are really good at fully helping you qualify by telling you
exactly what to do, to make the process as painless as possible.

Even if this is your first learners permit, drivers license, or, you are from
another state, moving to NC needing to meet the standards here, it can be a smooth
transition. Just follow guide lines.

Required renewal information

It is fairly easy to let time get away from you, so keep a check on your license
expiration date. Although it is against the law to drive without a valid license, in
case they did accidently slip by you, then you still have one full year to get
license renewed.

Conveniently, you can renew early, as much as six months before they are actually
due. As well, be sure your insurance is up to date, as this is a required rule in
NC.

There is a span of 8 years in between renewals, up to 53 years of age. However, the
time drops to five years after you reach 54.

You must be in person for all NC transactions having to do with driving a vehicle.

Drivers operating a tractor – trailer commercial license should always check with
the DMV Office before needing to renew as rules and regulations change periodically
for these type of jobs.

What to bring to the drivers license office

Two main types of proof of your identity to get license renewed is:

* your Social Security Card
* A valid drivers North Carolina Drivers License

Also bring:

* Glasses for eye test if you wear them
* Good knowledge of written test to pass as well as road signs test
* Fee cost for regular renewal currently is four dollars

If, for some reason your driving privileges have been suspended, you need to take a
copy of your driving records. You may also want to get a special attorney, who deals
basically in driving violations. This is not required however.

Misplaced or lost drivers license

Sometimes things just disappear without any reason why. If you can not locate your
card and you are sure it is lost, here are easy steps to replace it.

1. Go to your Department of Motor Vehicles license branch ( Have a family member
drive you ) immediately and tell them your license is lost.Urgency is extremely
important because your license card could fall into wrong hands.
2. You will need several proofs of your identity, then pay ten dollars and you
will be issued a duplicate. Fast and simple with only a minor charge. ( you can
drive back home )

NC License Plates

Assuming the vehicle is in your name, to get your plate and registration, there is
four steps you need to take in North Carolina

1. Either bring your VIN information (Vehicle Identification Number) or your title
2. Fee cost is currently $28.00 dollars in most counties of NC
3. By law you must have proof of insurance in NC before you can obtain a license
plate
4. Inspection of motor vehicle must be up to date to get a license plate

Either of the following proofs below will work for number three:

Any licensed insurance company that does business in NC can give you a insurance
certification

or

The policy number and company name of the insurance company, provided by owner

You must have, at least, minimum coverage for any privately owned vehicle of $30,000
per person (bodily injury). For 2 or more people , by law, you must have $60,000
(bodily injury) and for property damage $25,000

Vehicle and License Plate Renewal Offices in your area can give you up to date
information on any changes they may have made. In NC the hours generally are Monday
to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Note: Call Vehicle and License Plate Renewal Offices or NC License Bureau if you are
moving to North Carolina from another state for complete details.
North Carolina License Bureau

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Department of Motor Vehicles Appointments 101

Department of Motor Vehicles Appointments 101

If you have an upcoming appointment with the department of motor vehicles in your
area, you might think it’s just a quick trip and you’ll be able to dash in and dash
out. However, most of the time, a trip to the DMV is a little more involved than
that. Usually, no matter where you live, the department of motor vehicles is a very
busy place with what seems like never enough clerks to wait on people. Below, you’ll
find some important information and tips to help you survive a trip to the DMV.

Paperwork – One of the most important things you can do is make sure you’ve got all
the paperwork you’ll need for your visit to the department of motor vehicles.
Depending upon what you’re there for, you may need proof of residency, name change
information, ticket or traffic violation papers, or a number of other things. It’s
important that you have everything with you when you come or you could risk losing
your place in line and being unable to get done what you visited the DMV for.

Eye Glasses – Something you might not normally think about bringing is your
eyeglasses. If you have glasses for reading and you’ll be taking a driving test,
you’ll need those eyeglasses to pass the eye exam. If you can’t pass the eye exam
with satisfactory results, you’ll have to come back to the department of motor
vehicles at another time to take a test.

Children – If you’ll be bringing your children with you to the department of motor
vehicles, you should probably bring a few things to keep them occupied. It can be a
long wait and it’s easy for children to become bored and grow restless. Pack a few
books, some coloring books, or handheld games that will keep them occupied as you
wait for your turn at the counter. You know your own children, so make sure to bring
things that they will enjoy and that will keep them out of mischief.

Once you’re prepared, your trip to the department of motor vehicles will be much
smoother and more easy to handle. Just remember to bring all the paperwork you’re
going to need, your eyeglasses (if you wear them) and things to keep your children
occupied. This will make the day go by a little faster, even if the clerks at the
DMV seem to be moving incredibly slowly!

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