Going to the BMV on a rainy morning was a good call!

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Going to the BMV on a rainy morning was a good call!

Postby Brian D. » Tue Jun 23, 2020 12:01 pm

Maybe the backlog jam has eased, but I'll give myself credit for picking today to renew my registration and driver's license. :mrgreen: Arrival to departure under 25 minutes. No appointment, walk in.

Last week that location looked like someone was giving away $100 bills.
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Re: Going to the BMV on a rainy morning was a good call!

Postby schmieg » Tue Jun 23, 2020 3:53 pm

Brian D. wrote:Maybe the backlog jam has eased, but I'll give myself credit for picking today to renew my registration and driver's license. :mrgreen: Arrival to departure under 25 minutes. No appointment, walk in.

Last week that location looked like someone was giving away $100 bills.

I went early last week. I used the online system to get a place in line. The website was showing a 28 minute wait and my drive took about 25 minutes. I got there and was next in line for renewing my d/l. The girl directing traffic at the door must have been very good at Tetris when she was younger as she managed to get people inside with social distancing with ease.
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Re: Going to the BMV on a rainy morning was a good call!

Postby Bruenor » Thu Jun 25, 2020 4:51 pm

My plate renewal by mail finally showed up 2 days before my birthday.. I mailed it out on May 3rd, and it showed up on June 22nd.. I was beginning to wonder if it had gotten lost in the mail, or if I had somehow forgotten to mail it.
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Re: Going to the BMV on a rainy morning was a good call!

Postby Brian D. » Fri Jun 26, 2020 7:45 am

schmieg wrote:I went early last week. I used the online system to get a place in line. The website was showing a 28 minute wait and my drive took about 25 minutes. I got there and was next in line for renewing my d/l. The girl directing traffic at the door must have been very good at Tetris when she was younger as she managed to get people inside with social distancing with ease.


If it's not like giving away a good fishing spot, mind sharing which bureau you went to?
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Re: Going to the BMV on a rainy morning was a good call!

Postby schmieg » Fri Jun 26, 2020 12:32 pm

Brian D. wrote:
schmieg wrote:I went early last week. I used the online system to get a place in line. The website was showing a 28 minute wait and my drive took about 25 minutes. I got there and was next in line for renewing my d/l. The girl directing traffic at the door must have been very good at Tetris when she was younger as she managed to get people inside with social distancing with ease.


If it's not like giving away a good fishing spot, mind sharing which bureau you went to?

I go to the Milford office. It's usually less crowded than the Hamilton County ones and it's close to my barber shop.
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