The trip to a Department of Motor Vehicles office in a big city is the stuff of nightmares, and Las Vegas is no exception. People wait hours - sometimes almost an entire day – to be seen.
The Dash Pass lobby management system was unveiled in September 2014 statewide. The software allows people to check into a virtual waiting line for DMV services.
The remote check-in function was eliminated from Las Vegas offices last July, but rural Nevada offices still offer it, and Reno recently finished testing a new appointment system.
This week, the Nevada Board of Examiners approved an expansion to the DMV’s contract with the company that manages Dash Pass.
Kevin Malone is the public information officer with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles and he joins us this morning to fill in the blanks on this story.
Kevin Malone, public information officer, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles