A Year Later: No Change at the Connecticut DMV. An Open Letter to Governor Malloy

The State and Governor have apparently taken some of my ideas to heart! http://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/politics/54567-malloy-announces-improvements-in-dmv-wait-times

All Day Kindergarten


Dear Governor Malloy,

It was on July 22, 2015 that the DMV in Connecticut announced it was closing for a week to upgrade its computer systems to ” cut down on wait times at he DMV”. This new computer system was designed to automate the services of Connecticut’s motorists and allow them to do much of their needs online. Unfortunately, there are still things that require you to go into the Motor Vehicle Department and once you are there you had better be prepared to spend 3-4 hours waiting in line or in a seat.

For example, yesterday my step-son who was all excited that he had passed his driving test. Which incidentally was monitored by a private company which then scheduled 20-30 teenagers to meet with the DMV inspector off-site and take their drivers test. The whole process cost well over $300.  Once you take all the required training…

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