Everyone has to go to the DMV, but finding out local DMV information can be time-consuming, and the actual DMV experience often involves waiting in long lines for lengthy periods of time,” Kellner notes
Cartersville, GA (PRWEB) December 21, 2011
Given the number of necessary functions fulfilled by the Department of Motor Vehicles, ranging from vehicle registration to address changes, it is not surprising that there would be heavy demand for local DMV information. This is especially true in a populous state such as New York. According to a recent Huffington Post article, one of New York State’s top five most-Googled terms for 2011 was “NY DMV.” As this demand for information continues, a new site called 4DMV.com has announced the spread of its informational services into New York State. Now, New Yorkers can visit 4DMV.com and obtain local DMV branch information and other data that will ultimately save them time and even money.
According to 4DMV.com developer and president Jeffrey Kellner, saving the user time and money is what the site is all about. “Everyone has to go to the DMV, but finding out local DMV information can be time-consuming, and the actual DMV experience often involves waiting in long lines for lengthy periods of time,” Kellner notes. “4DMV.com provides locations and hours of operation for local DMV branches, but also much more.”
In fact, users can not only search for information about the nearest DMV location but also obtain pertinent forms. For example, the paperwork needed for a title or registration change can be downloaded, printed, and completed in advance. According to Keller, this will ultimately save a great deal of time at the DMV.
Kellner also notes that New York drivers can request personal driving records directly through 4DMV.com. Requesting such records at the DMV can involve long waits and
also rigorous fees, but 4DMV.com provides them quickly, conveniently, and at a discounted rate. “Many employers pull driving records on potential employees these days, and knowing what’s on that record can ultimately be vital for anyone looking for work,” offers Kellner. “In addition, having a driving record empowers the motorist to fight erroneous charges, obtain reasonable insurance rates, and seek to remove blemishes from those driving records by taking defensive driving classes.”
Information about many of these features can be found on the new 4DMV.com site. New York residents can input their geographic locale and search for local insurance rates, and also obtain information about nearby defensive driving courses.
4DMV.com is a leading resource for information about DMV branches across the country, including locations, hours of operation, and pertinent forms. In addition, the site provides easy access to driving records and to insurance quotes. 4DMV.com was founded by president and developer Jeffrey Kellner.
An essential tool for anyone needing to obtain insurance quotes or information about local DMV branches, 4DMV.com can be reached at http://www.4DMV.com or e-mailed at customerservices(at)4DMV(dot)com