You may or may not have heard the joke about the motor vehicle agencies. People say in jest that, like any other part of public employees working in these offices take forever to accomplish something. Those of us who do not need a driver’s license issued or renewed, or anyone who had to register the vehicle has been subjected to very long lines. The results of the long lines waiting periods that sometimes last more than our allotted lunch hour. We could spend up to half a day trying to do what we need in an agency office of motor vehicles. It is as if time has stopped completely the second you set foot in one of these offices.
While many people complain about how long it takes to do anything there, not many people stop to consider why it might take longer than you think necessary to stop the operation. Some people blame the incompetent workers, while others just do not think too many people visit the agency motor vehicle offices at the same time, so a lot of people seem to want to go to the grocery store on the same day of the week (although the lines case are probably only vaguely compare the lines of automotive offices).
It can be a logical reason why it seems that everyone has slowed to a snail’s pace by the local motor vehicle. Not many people take into account the fact that the printers, identification systems, computers and other devices are connected to a central office, most likely located in your State Capitol is a government agency. Therefore, identification systems, all computers and printers produce a driver’s license, county ID and state ID cards could really make work more slowly, for this reason. If the network computer is slow at headquarters, is likely to set the pace for the office of motor vehicle is also going to be slow. In some cases, the technical problem Capitol could cause technical problems in all Office in the Department of State vehicles. This could cause delays heavy, resulting in a prolonged (and aggravating) the waiting time.
Recently, the New Jersey motor vehicle agencies encountered a problem where computers were down in all offices and services have been extremely limited. Anyone who had an office every morning, would not be able to get a driver’s license, could not register the vehicle, and could not get their car titles. Many people had to wait until the next business day for the services they needed.
Unfortunately for the state governments, the motor vehicle agency a bad reputation for being poorly managed. They are victims of numerous verbal attacks from people who have had bad experiences are waiting for what seems an eternity to finally get what it is they needed to do. Instead of blaming the staff (although there might actually be a bad apple to spoil the whole band), people should take into account other factors that may cause delays. You can see that employees are just as bad as you are when the motor vehicle agencies have been busy as a result of a slow network connection.