Natalie Rinn

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Have you been to a DMV office in California recently? Did it seem like wait times were not just bad, but much worse than usual? Well, you’re not wrong.. This…

What is Real ID and why are DMV lines so long?

Have you been to a DMV office in California recently? Did it seem like wait times were not just bad, but much worse than usual? Well, you’re not wrong.. This…

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Have you visited a DMV office in California recently? Did it seem like wait times were not just bad, but a lot worse than usual? Well, it’s not you—they have been.

Why are DMV wait times so long

Have you visited a DMV office in California recently? Did it seem like wait times were not just bad, but a lot worse than usual? Well, it’s not you—they have been.

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