First-time Nevada drivers who have had to wait weeks for a driver’s test could get some relief.
You’ll be seeing more self-service Department of Motor Vehicle kiosks inside supermarkets.
A Nevada man is claiming discrimination by the DMV after his requests for pro-Sarah Palin license plates were denied.
You’ll soon be able to pick up a few groceries, and renew a car registration at the supermarket.
A push is underway for self-service kiosks to reduce the time people wait for service at Nevada’s DMV offices.
Traffic congestion, accidents, and road work are fairly common obstacles in our average, daily commute. When asked, however, drivers cite an even bigger problem here in the valley. Can you name it?
Average wait times at the Department of Motor Vehicles’ busiest offices have dropped to under 60 minutes due to upgrades to the agency’s computer system using federal grant money.