Assemblyman Rich Gordon (D - Menlo Park) and Assemblymember Brian Jones (R – Santee) released a Public Service Announcement (PSA) to encourage all Californians to utilize the Department of Motor Vehicle’s (DMV) online services.
In a budget subcommittee hearing last year, DMV promoted its online services as a way to minimize congestion in DMV field offices and meet a growing demand for DMV services.
Use of DMV’s online appointment center and other online services alleviate much of the customer wait times, however, these tools often go unused, his office said.
With the message “Don’t wait in line; save time and go online,” Assemblymembers Gordon and Jones participated in the following PSA to encourage Californians to utilize DMV’s online services, including: car registration renewal, driver license renewal, change of address, and scheduling appointments.
Gordon represents the 21st Assembly District covering Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, a portion of Cupertino, and the San Mateo County Coastside – from El Granada to the Santa Cruz County border.
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