Category Archives: Ask the DMV

Some DMV FAQs for you

Each month, Street Smarts receives a newsletter from the DMV featuring frequently asked questions. Here are some interesting tidbits you probably didn’t know: In October, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law that allows undocumented California residents to obtain a driver … Continue reading

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Questions answered from the DMV

Every now and then, Street Smarts receives transportation information from the DMV. Below are some topics consumers ask the agency about frequently: Error in personalized license plates — If you ordered personalized license plates and realized you forgot a character, … Continue reading

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What happens if the DMV catches people cheating on their written driver test?

Have you ever wanted to know what happens to people caught cheating on their written driver test at the DMV? “Ask the DMV” answered that question this week. “The use of testing aids is strictly prohibited. This includes, but is … Continue reading

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‘Ask the DMV’ solves life’s driving mysteries

Each week, Street Smarts receives the “Ask the DMV” transportation column featuring frequently asked questions from drivers. Below is a topic Street Smarts found of interest and hopes you do, too: It is legal for drivers to install neon lights … Continue reading

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Removing erroneous traffic collisions from your driving record

If there is a traffic collision listed on your driving record that you were not involved in, you can have it removed, according to Ask the DMV, a weekly transportation column produced by the state agency. Traffic collisons are reported … Continue reading

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