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A Trip To The DMV

A Trip To The DMV

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Thousand Oaks, CA | August Traffic Safety Awareness

Thousand Oaks, CA | August Traffic Safety Awareness

The Thousand Oaks Police Department strives to promote traffic safety within the community. In an effort to recognize certain hazards while driving, the Traffic Bureau is continuing a monthly traffic awareness reminder program, addressing a traffic topic each month. While we focus on a specific topic each month, it’s always imperative to constantly strive to […]

California DMV Warns Millions of Records May Have Been Exposed in Worrisome Data Breach

California DMV Warns Millions of Records May Have Been Exposed in Worrisome Data Breach

By Lucas Ropek The California Department of Motor Vehicles has warned state residents that over a year’s worth of data—including customer addresses and license plate numbers—may have been compromised in a recent cyberattack on a third-party contractor. That contractor—Automatic Funds Transfer Services (AFTS)—is a financial services and data management firm, which California uses to verify changes of address […]

DMV UPDATE: Online Drivers License Renewal Eligibility

DMV UPDATE: Online Drivers License Renewal Eligibility

  DMV UPDATE: Renewing License Online  This information might be of interest if you need to renew your drivers license.              As part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the DMV issued temporary extensions to California drivers age 69 and younger with a noncommercial license expiring between March and July 2020. While that extension […]

California DMV to reopen all field offices with limited service on Thursday

California DMV to reopen all field offices with limited service on Thursday

FRESNO, Calif. – Starting Thursday, all California Department of Motor Vehicles field offices will reopen to the public. Employees at all 169 offices will continue serving customers for limited services for those who have existing appointments and Californians in need of selected transactions that can only be completed in a DMV field office, including: • Paying registration for a […]

Gavin Newsom’s Fall From Grace

Gavin Newsom’s Fall From Grace

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views When Gavin Newsom woke up on November 6, 2018 with 69.1% of the popular vote for Governor of California, he obtained the highest majority since Earl Warren was swept into office back in 1930. All indications showed that the two time San Francisco Mayor and Lt. Governor […]

New round of DMV ‘motor voter’ errors reported

New round of DMV ‘motor voter’ errors reported

By Chris Reed One of Gavin Newsom’s first acts after taking office as governor in January was to create a “DMV Reinvention Strike Team” to improve the performance of the state Department of Motor Vehicles. This came after one of the worst years a state agency has had in recent history. In August 2018, CalWatchdog and many […]

Legislators Again Protect DMV from Independent Audit

Legislators Again Protect DMV from Independent Audit

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views This is your DMV in action.  It spent over one billion on a computer system that does not work properly.  It registered to vote over 150,000 illegal aliens—and refuses to give the list of DMV rolls to check to see how many more are illegally using […]

Veteran Identification Card | Have Questions? Get Answers

Veteran Identification Card | Have Questions? Get Answers

Dear Veteran, Governor Brown signed legislation in 2014 that required the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to offer special driver’s licenses to veterans. The license has a “veteran” marking indicating honorable service in the United States Armed Forces. This new program went into effect on Veterans Day, November 11, 2015. The designation “VETERAN” can […]

OPINION | California Doesn’t Want to Know Its Non-Citizen Voting Stats

OPINION | California Doesn’t Want to Know Its Non-Citizen Voting Stats

Mike O’Neill | Attorney, Landmark Legal Foundation Thousands of ineligible individuals may have registered to vote in California and the state has no way of confirming whether these individuals are citizens of the United States. California’s automatic voter registration, along with its lax rules on proving citizenship, has created an environment in which thousands of ineligible […]

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