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Decreases in property and sales tax revenues have created budgetary shortfalls for most state governments. Many Department of Motor Vehicles offices have closed branch locations, reduced workforce through layoffs, implemented hiring freezes, shortened hours of operation, eliminated overtime, and instituted work furloughs for remaining employees. In some states, this has increased turnaround times for fleet-related DMV services. Some see this as being an ongoing issue for the years to come.

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New York DMV Certifies State’s Newest Accident Prevention Course

NEW YORK - The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles recently certified the state's newest approved Motor Vehicle Accident Prevention Course, New York Safe Driver Program, which provides a new alternative to New York motorists who want to remove points from their driving records or obtain an insurance discount.

One in Five Drivers Would Likely Fail Written DMV Test

WINSTON-SALEM, NC - Nearly 1 in 5 licensed drivers — roughly 38 million Americans — would not pass a written drivers test exam if taken today, according to the results of the 2010 GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test.