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I was laughing my ass off on this one – I had a similar experience at our local tax office.  I am sure I will always have problems if I step back into that office.  So right now I try to do everything very early, and online! 

Watch where you put your vehicle sticker – make sure it’s actually your car (or truck in this case).  And make sure you treat the DMV Mafia very, very correctly!

Obviously, it’s not a good idea to fuck with the DMV.

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Comments

  1. heh, I guess I was even more afraid of those government agencies than I first suspected! I did blog about my issues and the resolution, but in tiny print as an afterthought to a post on a different topic. http://deannietime.blogspot.com/2006/04/four-agreements.html

  2. omigoodness, yes, I totally bow to the power of the DMV. As a non-citizen, your driver’s license is all powerful, let me tell you. When I couldn’t renew it in 2006, it sent me on a four month journey through many government agencies. Not a pleasant journey, either. The DMV’s latest partner in evil? The Social Security office. When DMV ran my driver’s license against the Social Security database (you know, that number that by law is not to be used as an identification number in any shape) and my names didn’t match (never updated SS # to reflect a married name) that was it! I was persona non existia. Apparently I didn’t blog about it at the time…was I worried that the DMV spies would find me?!?

    😉