DMV Warns Drivers Of Website Scam
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles wants everyone to know you don’t need to pay for basic information about vehicle registrations or driver licenses.
DMV Director Troy Dillard on Wednesday said the agency has received a number of calls and emails from people who thought they were renewing their registration on the DMV website, only to find out too late they were on a private website that charged them for basic information.
The agency says the private sites offer to help customers through the registration and licensing process for fee.
Nevada’s official DMV website, found at http://www.dmvnv.com , provides all that information for free.
Additionally, many common DMV transactions such as registration and license renewals can be done online.
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