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DMV was established in the year 1915. The organisation has been in operation for over 103 years now. The total number of officers then working under the organisation was more than 200. In order to control any type of cases related to vehicle theft, frauds, identity theft, misuse of vehicle registration plate, etcetera. From the year 1936, the organisation started collecting state-wide license fee for vehicles. In the year 1991, the first driver's licenses, in the form of a credit card, was introduced by the organisation. Then in the year 2012, the organisation established a California Legacy License Plate Program, which will replace all the license plates provided during the 1950s to 1970s. As of the year 2015, over a million immigrants have been supplied with driver's licenses.
The headquarters of the organisation is based in 2415 1st Avenue, Mail Station F101. The name of the place is Sacramento, with the state name being California. The pin code of the area is 95818-2606.
DMV or California Department of Motor Vehicles is an organisation based in America with the aim of providing licenses to its drivers and also license plates to registered vehicles as well. The current total number of employees working in the organisation is more than 8,900. Also, the yearly budget of the organisation is more than $1.1 billion. The current director of the organisation is Jean Shiomoto. The organisation functions under the California State Transport Agency. There are also 172 field offices as well.
The primary services provided by DMV is the licensing and registering of vehicles as well as providing driver’s licenses to the respective vehicle drivers as well. As of the current date, there are more than 33 million vehicles registered, and more than 23 million drivers given licenses as well. The organisation also provides identification cards to drivers who apply for such a document.
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