Between Amazon Drones And Google Robots, DMV.us.org Believes Skynet Is Upon Us

The news lately is getting a little scary for those of us at DMV.us.org. First we heard about Amazon planning to deliver packages by drones in the near future. Now, this weekend the DMV.us.org staff learned that Google is buying up robotics companies – and won’t even say why. DMV.us.org does not believe this can end well.

Have these people never seen a James Cameron film? We all know what happens when the robots and drones become too smart. They turn on us, starting world wars to eliminate their creators. And our only hope is that John Connor can come up with a way to send other robots back in time to save us! But, there is always the risk that those robots will turn on us or that evil corporations will use their technology to make the end of the world happen even sooner.

Do we really want to live in a world where the robots and drones try to take over? We think not. And, why, exactly won’t Google tells us why they are buying up robotics companies?

Perhaps “Google” is the word for “Skynet” in their evil robot language. We won’t know until it happens – but right now we fear the future.

Nobody wants to live in a barren, war-swept world just because Amazon and Google wanted to make a little extra money. It’s not fair to ordinary people like us who just want to live life to the fullest and not fight an evil robotic army.

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DMV.us.org Advice On Not Getting Ripped Off By Ticket Scams

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One of the downsides to working at DMV.us.org is that our customers call us every day to tell us about how they have been ripped off due to traffic violation scams. We try to use the DMV.us.org blog to get the word out about how not to be ripped off. But since people keep calling the DMV.us.org customer service center day and in and day out with their stories about getting ripped off, we feel it is our duty to spend another blog post providing anti-ripoff advice.

The first thing to remember is to always check our database if you are ever worried about getting ripped off at all. It just takes a few minutes, and can save you hundreds of dollars. Nearly everyone who gets ripped off in a traffic ticket-related scam could have been saved if they’d checked the information first.

Here is now people get ripped off: They get a letter, an email, or a phone call saying that they have an outstanding ticket they’d forgotten about. Sometimes the person contacting them claims they are with the authorities, and you have to pay them to resolve the ticket. Other times they say they are from a collection agency that can make the ticket go away if you pay them.

Either way – it’s just at trick to make sure you get ripped off. Usually there is no ticket, and they are just preying on your fear of getting in trouble with officials.

So, if you don’t want to get ripped off on a traffic ticket, contact us first at DMV.us.org!

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DMV.us.org Says “No” To The It’s A Wonderful Life Sequel

Happy Holidays from DMV.us.org! We hope you’ve had a great year, and that DMV.us.org has been able to help you out when you’ve needed us. Now, while we are on the subject of the holiday season, we want to talk about an issue that is very important to us at DMV.us.org – holiday movies. Most specifically, “It’s A Wonderful Life” – one of the greatest films of all time.

Every year, people around the world put on that film to remind ourselves of the real meaning of Christmas as we see George Bailey (played by Jimmy Stewart) realize just how important his life was to his family and community. It brings tears to our eyes.

Which is why we are shocked and appalled at news that Hollywood is about to make a sequel to It’s A Wonderful Life. In this one, George Bailey’s grandson is a grumpy old man who has taken his grandfathers benevolent bank and turned it into a profit machine that takes advantage of its customers.

What happens then is an angel comes to earth and shows George Bailey III just how much better the world would have been if he had never been born.

Can you imagine a worse idea for a holiday film? Or something that could turn our children against the original movie itself? We find the idea to be horrible.

This is why we think that people should write on their blogs that they don’t want this film to be made! Please respect traditional holiday values. We don’t need this kind of filth in our movie theaters!

Let the people be heard – our lives would be more wonderful without this sequel.

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DMV.us.org Approves Of Google Effort To Replace Dashboard Buttons With Hand Gestures

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Safe driving is a chief concern of ours at DMV.us.org. Too many people die on the road every year because of unsafe driving. That’s one of the reasons why we allow you to look people up in the DMV.us.org database – to find out if they are a danger on the road. And that’s why we are thrilled at DMV.us.org about a new innovation by Google and Ford to make driving safer.

The premise of the technology is simple: When a driver gets distracted from looking at the road for any reason, he or she is not driving as safely as before. But currently, there are many things in the car itself to distract you. For example, you may want to change the radio station, roll down your window, or turn on your windshield wipers.

All of these things require you to take your eyes off the road for a few seconds to look for the knob or button to accomplish the task.

The new technology would do away with that. Instead, you would just make simple hand gestures – there would be no buttons to bush. If you wanted to roll down your window, for example, you’d just move your hand in a downward motion for a second, never taking your eyes off the road. Tiny cameras placed inside the car would notice the motion and make it happen.

This can’t help but make driving much, much safer, and DMV.us.org hopes it is used in all cars one day.

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DMV.us.org Encourages You To Review Your Driving Record Before Applying For Car Insurance

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DMV.us.org understands that car insurance rates can be really high. We know that times can be tough, and most DMV.us.org customers can’t afford to pay more than they have to simply to insure their car. And, because we are driving records experts, we know that your driving history has a huge impact on how much insurance companies can charge you. Which is why we think it is so important that you use DMV.us.org driving records to review your driving history before you apply for car insurance.

Doing a review of your driving history will give you an idea of what things on your report may cause your insurance to go up. Most importantly, a review will give you a chance to make sure that your car insurance rates are not being pushed up by incorrect records or identity theft.

A quick review will let you know if someone at your local DMV has made a mistake and put incorrect information into your report. This happens sometimes, because no worker is perfect – and that’s just as true for a government clerk as it is for anyone else. And if your review turns up a mistake, you can contact the DMV to have it fixed.

This review will also let you know if someone has been racking up a bad driving record in your name. Identity thieves often make copies of their victim’s driver’s license. Then, when they get pulled over, they use that license instead of their own – causing you to rack up points on your license. If you review your records and can prove that you were never in the area where the traffic infraction occurred, you can get the information removed from your record.

These are the two main points why DMV.us.org strongly urges you to use our service and check out your driving record today, before you end up paying more for car insurance.

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DMV.us.org Worried About The Emergence Of Self-Driving Cars

DMV.us.org is obviously very interested in safe driving. Letting you know if someone is a good driver is part of the DMV.us.org mission statement. Which is why we’ve become interested in the emerging technology of self-driving cars. And while some people are excited about the possibility, we at DMV.us.org are not convinced they will be a good idea for the future.

The self-driving cars – first developed by Google, but now being developed by major car manufacturers – seem like a good idea at first. After all, if bad drivers cause a lot of accidents, letting the cars drive themselves might seem like a safer alternative.

But think about the way technology works: Does your laptop or smartphone work perfectly all the time, or are there sometimes glitches? When your computer fails, the worst that can happen is that you have to reboot it – but if your self-driving car were to fail at 60 miles an hour, it could kill you and many other people. Would you trust it to be perfect every time?

And, of course, you’d have to worry about hackers. What if a terrorist group hacked thousands of cars and caused thousands of accidents – all of which could have been prevented had the drivers been in control?

Beyond that, there is the freedom aspect. Cars are about us taking ourselves where we want to go. What’s to say that a government agency or police department wouldn’t take over your car and drive you to a police station if they had suspicions about you?

All of this makes us at DMV.us.org think that there needs to be real drivers behind the wheels of our cars.

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DMV.us.org Tips on Passing Your Driver’s Test

Everyone, including the staff at DMV.us.org, remembers how nervous we were trying to get our license. It’s a rite of passage that can be very intimidating. DMV.us.org understands. If you fail your test, you will feel embarrassed. But there is so much pressure.

That’s why at DMV.us.org, we thought we’d spend some time talking about ways to up your chances at passing your test. Think of it as the DMV.us.org driver’s test cheat sheet.

  • First, you need to find a reliable driving instructor. Don’t jut go with the cheapest one. Go with one that has a good track record of getting people to pass the test. You will only be as good at your test as your instructor is. Search around for ones in your area, and then Google them to find out what their reputation is like.
  • Get a copy of a study guide for the theory part of the driver’s test and read it very carefully. The parts that trip most people up are questions about right of way and yielding.
  • Many states have copies of no-longer-used driver’s tests that you can pick up. You get a sense of what types of questions will be asked, and even take test runs of the exam.
  • Spend a lot of time practicing parallel parking. This trips many people up; so don’t let this happen to you.
  • When it doubt during the test, drive more slowly than you want to. Going too fast will trip you up.
  • Take the test in a car with an automatic transmission so that a stick shift doesn’t become part of the test.

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DMV.us.org Guide to Buying (or not Buying!) a Hybrid Car

Hybrid cars are all over the news, and DMV.us.org always pays attention when people are talking about something related to driving. It’s what we do here at DMV.us.org. We love cars, and the DMV.us.org staff takes all car news very seriously. That’s why we started doing research into hybrid cars to figure out if they are really worth it, or if DMV.us.org customers are being taken for a ride when they buy one.

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People want to buy hybrid cars because they want to help the environment. Also, with today’s high gas prices, they want to save money when filling the tank. They’ve been sold on the idea that hybrid cars will help in both situations. The truth is, however, that hybrid cars will only help some people and not everyone. In fact, for many people driving a hybrid car won’t make any difference in their fuel consumption at all.

The reason is that the electric motor only runs when you are stopped at a stop sign or red light. When you are driving on the highway, it won’t run at all – and you’ll just be burning gas.

What does that mean for you? It means that if you live in a city with a lot of stop-and-go traffic, a hybrid car will help the environment and will help you save money on gas. But if you live in the suburbs or in rural areas, you’ll hardly ever be using the electric engine, and it won’t help you save any money on gas.

So, city dwellers would be well served by a hybrid car, but people in the country really don’t need them at all. That’s the DMV.us.org verdict on hybrid cars.

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DMV.us.org Guide to Financing a Car

DMV.us.org understands that most people don’t have enough extra money lying around to simply buy a car outright. Whether you are buying a new or used car, the vast majority of the DMV.us.org customers will have to get financing at some point in the used car process. That’s why we decided to do our research and prepare this DMV.us.org guide to making sure that you get the best financing deal you can.

DMV.us.org – Guide to Financing a Car

DMV.us.org Financing Tip #1: Don’t focus on what monthly payments you can afford; focus on what the monthly payments will actually cost you in the long run. If the payments are low but cause you to spend an extra $4,000 on the car over the life of the loan, you are not getting a great deal.

DMV.us.org Financing Tip #2. Don’t fall for long financing terms. It used to be that car loans were for either two or four years. Now dealers are trying to get people to get loans for five to six years. The odds of you wanting to own the car that long are really low – and those extra years add a lot to the total cost of buying the car. Try to get two-year financing. If you have to, get four-year financing – but nothing longer than that.

DMV.us.org Financing Tip #3: Get financing from your bank, not from the car dealer. Your bank will always give you better terms – and give you honest advice on what you can afford.

DMV.us.org Financing Tip #4: Don’t let the car dealer talk you into putting false information on your financing paperwork. That’s against the law, and the dealer is just doing it to make a sale.

DMV.us.org Financing Tip #5: Don’t lease a car. You won’t save that much money, and all of your payments are essentially going up in flames.

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DMV.us.org Safe Driving Tips

At DMV.us.org, we allow you to find out if you have any unpaid traffic tickets so you can pay them and make sure there isn’t any bench warrant out for your arrest. But, we also know that the best way to make sure that you are not wanted by the cops because of your driving record, is to become a better driver. With that in mind, we thought we’d spend today putting together a list of some of the best safe driving tips:

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DMV.us.org – Safe Driving Tips

  1. Don’t tailgate. Driving too close to the car in front of you is dangerous for everyone. You never know when they might have to make a sudden stop that could lead to a crash.
  2. Be aware of your blind spots. Every car has a few blind spots with their mirrors. If you try to change lanes and there is a car in your blind spot, you’ll cause an accident.
  3. Don’t try to weave in and out of traffic. Either stick to the slow lane or the fast lane.
  4. If you are in the fast lane, don’t drive too slow. You will encourage other people to drive around you, which can cause accidents.
  5. Always signal a few seconds before you make a turn.
  6. Be aware of the speed limit. It’s generally OK to drive about five miles an hour over it, but not any more than that.
  7. When you are merging into traffic, accelerate as quickly as possible so that you don’t force other people to maneuver around you.
  8. Don’t use your cell phone while you are driving. If you need to use it, pull over by the side of the road first. You can’t text and drive safely at the same time.
  9. Wear your seat belt. It can be uncomfortable, but it can save your life.
  10.  Don’t play your music too loud. You need to be able to hear the sounds of other drivers if they are trying to signal you.

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