As Lawrence McQuillan noted in March, “The DMV took its sloth-like reputation to a new level last summer when average wait times in branch offices grew nearly 50 percent from the year before. Five-to-seven-hour waits were common.” The DMV also “botched record-keeping duties in 2018 by mishandling thousands of voter registrations from its motor-voter […]
With a budget of more than $1 billion, the first stop on the California Corruptour should be the state Department of Motor Vehicles.
No audit has been released but there may be hope for better results.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has long been characterized as the embodiment of government ineptitude, but a series of recent events have taken the department’s incompetency to a new level.
An audit of the DMV is needed before any more funding is approved.
With Government-run agencies, inefficiencies abound.