Department Of Motor Vehicles
The California Department of Motor Vehicles was one of several state departments whose computer systems went down Tuesday morning limiting the services available to California motorists.
A review by The Associated Press of the $15 million collected since lawmakers approved the “California Memorial Scholarship Program” shows only a small fraction of the money went to scholarships.
ConsumerWatch reporter Julie Watts had her own run-in with a San Francisco police officer who tried to give her a ticket for expired registration.
At a time when the state could use each cent it can get, revenue from DMV fees can really add up. In this Good Question: How much is California losing to residents who drive with out-of-state plates?
California motorists whose vehicle registrations are due to expire could find themselves in trouble while driving out of state because the legislature hasn’t decided whether to keep an increase in the vehicle license fee.
From gas, to insurance and registration, driving is not cheap in the Golden State. Mike Lindsay in Los Gatos asked this Good Question: How are DMV registration fees calculated?
Months after California switched to new driver’s licenses, the Department of Motor Vehicles is still backlogged trying to issue the ID’s.
A transgender woman who received a personal letter at home from a California Department of Motor Vehicles clerk who helped her obtain a new driver’s license is suing the DMV and its now ex-employee.
The new system allows people to create their own, personalized accounts – much like an online banking website.
A California Department of Motor Vehicles clerk under investigation for mailing a letter to a transgender customer condemning her sex change has quit his job.