DMV Offices To Close Early This Week To Conserve EnergyAll DMV office will close at 3 p.m. through Wednesday, in conjunction with a statewide Flex Alert.
DMV To Reopen Remaining 169 Field Offices Thursday For People With Current Appointments, Limited TransactionsBeginning Thursday, the California Department of Motor Vehicles will reopen its remaining 169 field offices that were temporarily closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Bill Would Allow Drivers To Take Up To 3 License Photos -- For A DonationA new bill from Brea Assemblyman Phillip Chen would add a new section to the state vehicle code that would allow anyone applying for a driver’s license to take up to three photos.
CHP Officer Helps Woman Communicate With DMV Workers Using ASLThe California Highway Patrol shared an act of kindness by one of their officers in the Central Los Angeles division Tuesday.
Fight Breaks Out Between Employee And Customer Inside Glendale DMVA fight broke out Friday between a Glendale DMV employee and a customer.
New Pacoima DMV Solely For Processing Real ID Transactions Has 15 Minute Wait TimesLines at the new center are moving fairly quickly due to the fact that the new center only processes driver license and Real ID transactions.
Countdown Begins To California REAL ID DeadlineThe countdown is on to meet new identification requirements to fly within the U.S.
DMV Offices Across California Stay Closed For Half-Day Employee TrainingThe half-day training will prepare employees for the onslaught of federally-mandated REAL ID applications and reinforce training on customer service.
Dozens Of DMV Offices To Open Earlier To Help Reduce Wait Times69 offices across the state will open at 7 a.m. instead of 8 a.m. every weekday except Wednesday.
LA Hikes Penalty For Disabled Parking Placard Abuse To $1,100The penalty for misusing disabled parking placards was hiked from $343 to a whopping $1,100 by the Los Angeles City Council.
Calif. DMV Gets Last-Minute Extension To Fix REAL ID SnafuPrior to the extension, according to the DHS website, beginning Jan. 22 Californians would not have been allowed to board a plane without a secondary form of ID, such as a passport.