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‘DMV Information’ Features State-Specific Advice and Info About Car Registration, Titles and More


Tempe, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/03/2012 -- As any vehicle owner knows all too well, registering a car can be a confusing and time-consuming experience. Driving down to the Department of Motor Vehicles, or DMV, to take care of paperwork and other matters often takes hours of time that most people simply don’t have.

Each state has its own rules and regulations regarding DMV-related issues like driver’s licenses, car titles, and vehicle registration renewals. For people who have moved to a new state, it can be difficult to get DMV help to know how to properly handle all of the vehicle-related policies.

A new website is already getting a lot of attention for its wealth of helpful articles and advice about DMV-related procedures in all 50 states. DMV Information features a huge amount of specific DMV information online that can help drivers save time when visiting their local DMV office.

Using the website is easy; simply log onto the home page and select a state from the list on the left side of the page. From CA DMV info to FL DMV procdures and more, DMV Information can help explain what consumers need to register their cars.

For example, selecting “California DMV” brings up an entire page devoted to DMV policies specific to that state. In the article titled “California car registration” the author explains what is required of drivers.

“First time Registration of a vehicle in your name is necessary if you recently purchased the vehicle, recently moved to California or changed ownership of a vehicle,” the article on the website explained.

“If you’ve purchased a used vehicle registered in California or an out-of-state vehicle, you must register the car within 10 days of the purchase date to avoid late fees. If you received a car as a gift, you must also register it within 10 days to avoid any penalties. If the car you purchased is new to California you have 20 days since the date of entry or residency to register.”

The article also notes that to legally operate a car in California or to park it on any road in the state, drivers must be able to show proof of insurance.

About DMV Information
DMV Information is a new website that provides Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and vehicle information to consumers that will help them save time when visiting their local DMV office. The website features information on DMV policies in all 50 states. The website is easy to use and includes state-specific facts about car registration, driver’s license renewals and much more. For more information, please visit http://www.dmvinformationonline.org