We believe there is brainpower in numbers. So we continue to build a community of users who positively contribute, interact and offer feedback on thousands of driver-related topics.
More than 60 million users come to DMV.org each year―many of which play a part in making this the most comprehensive resource on motor vehicle agencies throughout the country.
Our users can offer feedback on any of DMV.org's pages in two ways. 1) They can rate a page helpful or not helpful using the widget located at the bottom of every page. We display each page's score at the top so that users can determine for themselves whether to trust the accuracy of the content on a specific topic. And 2) they can submit comments on how they’d make a page better. For example, if a user comes across info on our site that is either incorrect or incomplete he can send word (or pass along the correct info) so we can update our content.
DMV.org Answers is a community-driven site dedicated to the exchange of knowledge on driver- and DMV-related topics. Community members collaborate by posting questions and answers, sharing what they know from citable sources or personal experience. These are the guidelines we require our members to follow:
I am at least 15 years old.
Because most of the info on DMV.org Answers pertains to the driving public, we require our community members to be at least 15 years of age. Anyone younger than 15 is not permitted to ask or answer questions on this site.
I offer useful info.
The idea behind this site is to create a knowledge share of accurate info that will simplify the lives of our online community. We encourage you to offer what you know―whether your input comes from researching a state site or from personal experience.
I respect other users.
No two community members are alike; that's why we stand to learn so much from each other and one another's experiences with the DMV.
I cite my sources.
It’s optional, but if you want the community to consider your answers to be more credible, think about including your source. If your answer comes from another website, personal experience or a state-agency clerk, the community wants to know.
I am legit.
The community we build is our own, so if you suspect or witness any abuse, please speak up. At the same time, if you come across a valuable question or answer, give the member props with a thumbs up.
I am (or act like) a child.
Whether you are younger than 15 or you just act like a preadolescent, you shouldn’t ask or answer questions.
I am shady.
Breaking the law, propositioning members or using this site to promote a product or service that is unrelated to the subject matter defeats the purpose. Don’t use the site or its community to drum up business or page views, or to harm its users with viruses.
I am rude or vulgar.
Name calling, insults, obscenity and profanity doesn’t fit the culture we're cultivating. We don't take it lightly, or at all for that matter.
I am a cheater.
Taking advantage of or trying to buck the (point) system is lame. Don't set up multiple user accounts, offer fluff for an answer or copy what some other user has already submitted.
I am furious.
We know dealing with the DMV and government-related matters can be trying. But it doesn't help the community to vent or rant about what really boils your blood. If you need to blow off steam, this isn't the place to do it.
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We put a lot of effort into making our content helpful & accurate. Please let us know if you see something that isn't clear or correct; we are here to ease any frustrations you may have while navigating DMV topics. We are not a government agency, please reach out to your local DMV, insurance agent, or respective professional for further assistance on specific situations.