As nearly every adult living in the United States knows, dealing with the legal obligations of having a car — insurance, registration, driver’s license requirements — can be a pain. In fairness to our brothers and sisters who work at a state Department of Motor Vehicles, the efficiently has improved in the last few years as many services have been made available on the internet. Still, some state DMV websites are confusing. And moving across states can force you to learn a whole new system.
To the rescue comes DMV.org, an unofficial guide to all the states’ DMVs. The information on every state is accessible through the same intuitive navigation — getting around this website is easy. Through the website you can also get free quotes on auto insurance, get a free credit report, and find a lawyer. Especially useful are their How To guides such as How To Buy Car Insurance, How to Get A Car Loan and even How To Check Tire Pressure.