Why would a minor receive certified mail from the DMV?
Question Posted Saturday March 17 2012, 12:37 am
I found a delivery slip on my door when I came home today saying that I had a certified letter I needed to pick up from the post office. The handwriting is really bad, but I think it says the letter is from the DMV.
I know the easiest answer is to just wait until tomorrow morning when I go pick up the letter, but why would the DMV send me certified mail? I only have a learners, but I haven't driven in over a year, so I know it can't be about points on my driver's record. I don't have a car registered under my name. The only thing I can think of is maybe I filled out my Voter's Registration wrong, but I just filled it out yesterday, so it doesn't make sense for it to have anything to do with that.
I've been told receiving certified mail is normally a 90% chance of it being bad, and I'm just kind of freaking out here.
The only thing I could think of off hand was they were notifying you that your permit was expiring, and it was time to either renew, or get your act together and get your license before a certain date.
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