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I went to renew my license at DMV. Two days later, I get a fraudulent text message saying my license won’t be processed unless I fix it with a link attached. I clicked the link, but did not fill out any information. I knew it was shady. However, the damage was done. I had to change all my passwords and contact my computer provider for help finding out if I had spyware…on my computer. It was stressful. The DMV could not do something as simple as secure my phone number, yet you are supposed to trust them with very sensitive information.
Checking driving record and very impressed with the thorough information I received. Thank you for your help. I wasn't aware of the amount of information available. Good to know and remember for future info. I will probably check back often for more updates.
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Claimed $1 report and then charged $18.95. I was not able to receive the information I needed. When double checking the site for accuracy with a name of someone I know to have several driving offenses the site found no findings under that person's record.
I recently took the exam at the Marcus Pointe office of the DMV, Pensacola, FL for my DOT CDL License. There were 4 exams in my case: General Knowledge; School Bus Driving; Passenger Certification and Air brakes. Booking the exam was relatively easy. I waited in line outside for the office to open along with about 25 other folks and then was called in a relatively short period of time. I did not make an appointment because I would have had to wait for at least a week or two. Walking in was good. I registered for the exam... paid my fees and they assigned a computer to me.
Another man had started moments before I did, however, I seemed to be having problems with my computer. It kept freezing up. Then it was losing my answers. I was becoming very upset and animated about the whole thing. I came to take my test but could not. I stopped the exam and went back to the person who was helping me and told them what was happening. At first he didn't believe me and that was a bit insulting. As he checked the systems further, to his surprise... the entire system shut down and they had to reboot it all. So now I had lost my place in the test which was about halfway thru the first test of 50 questions and I as doing ok. The system keeps a running total of your correct and incorrect answers and if you get to 40 correct before ever reaching 50 or timing out... the test will stop at that point and you pass. Unfortunately that did not happen.
The man who did not believe me turned out to be the "floor manager" if you will and he said I had two options... wait or come back another day. Option 2 was not possible, so I waited. He then said that there was another option which was the written test. Since the reboot of the entire DMV system was a major event, I chose the written exam. Ok, he set me up to do that and we began the test. Same time to take the exam. 50 questions. Let's go.
NOT SO SIMPLE! What I did not realize was the taking the exam online offered many advantages aside from the pretty pictures, buttons to push instead of pencils, the written test did not maintain a running total of one's answers. This put me at a huge disadvantage. Although with both methods to test one could skip questions and return to the more difficult ones if time permitted, the written exam did not allow you to finish early. The entire 50 questions had to be answered and when finished, the answer form had to be physically returned to the DMV person you are working with. And before he graded that test, he set me up to do the next test until all 4 were complete without me knowing how I was doing. This was unnerving.
I finished all 4 tests and waited for my time to sit with this man and have me be "graded". I failed the general knowledge test miserably and passed the other 3. The other 3 exams were 20 questions each. The man then asked me if I wanted to retake the General Knowledge Exam and when. I said now... that's what I am here for. So I paid some more fees. I think another $16 dollars plus $6 for just the one test. If I had returned another day, I believe it was to cost me more... aside from the second trip to the DMV.
By now, the computers were rebooted and I was able to test on the computer... a great advantage over the written exam. And because the computer tracked the answers and allowed one to skip around to other questions... I reached 40 correct by 1 answer and passed! PUT YOUR PENCILS DOWN AND REPORT TO THE EXAMINER!!!! YAHOO!!!!
A FEW FINAL NOTES: Someone online suggested taking a break in between tests so that one could review a bit for the next exam, catch some air before going at it again... but that was not an option here. They required all 4 tests in tandem, no break. However, for me, the huge key to these tests were the online tests available on YouTube. I watched about 20 different tests and then watched several times over. I never read the manual. I cannot read and memorize. Thanks to the people who posted these fine videos and YouTube. Could not recommend this method more.
After passing the exams, I went for my DOT physical and passed that fairly easily... and shockingly the doctor gave me a two year medical card... I was told almost everyone gets a one year card. YAHOO!!!! Lay off the booze and cigars and drugs! At least for the time being. Driving test and all the other BS yet to follow.
I would like to know the amount I'm being charged and Just the citation to print out for my records. I hate paying for something that I have no idea of the amount. The report wasn't totally correct. I never lived at any address but **.
I was asking for driver records, and it gave me the wrong state and person. Nothing was right on it. I ask for a person in West Virginia, and it gave me one in Florida. And also it gave me the wrong age not the one I pick. And it gave me wrong address on the person I ask for, and no I didn't mark the one I did it twice. Just a waste of money if you want the truth. Nothing was right.
I needed a quick report on a car I am looking to purchase and I found this website. The report was more detailed than I thought it would be. It was quick and easy and I got the information I was looking for. It was worth the dollar.
Was straightforward way to get an inexpensive report on our car that is up for sale. Now we have something to show prospective buyers. Easy to do and very quick to get the report. Thank you for your help.
Inexpensive and accurate service. Highly recommend as other sites cost more. It's a great tool to use for resale or purchase of a vehicle. More of a printable summary. But nonetheless a great website.
We wanted to know the history of the vehicle. The report was very detailed. The report even shows the production location, which is interesting to know. The only thing that would have added to the report was if it reflected the full type of vehicle. Example - Dodge Charger Hemi 4 dr rts cat.
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