Here is called Motorizzazione and I can't remember any recent ups...
Here are only downs I'm afraid:)
I don't understand what this office is made for. But, if you don't like it , I won't like it! Ü
What a quaint building for a Department of Motor Vehicles. I have never seen a DMV located in such an urban setting without a big parking lot around it for people to drive up and park.
Well I'm new here in this city (I mean Luxembourg) and I don't know much about it here... however I can say about my place in Brazil, it's doesn't work well...many down phases unfortunately!Have a great weekend dear friend,hugsLéia
Malyss, the Registry of Motor Vehicles is where one goes to register automobiles, renew driver licenses, take driving tests, etc. The experience of going to such an office, and dealing with the low-level bureaucrats working there seems, to be universally unpleasant.
Indeed, I believe this is an experience we all have in common. We use to have to travel to Montpelier to get this stuff done. Then Springfield. Now we have a little DMV satellite office in Brattleboro and I've got to say it's a lot more convenient and perhaps almost tolerable.
Looks like it might be a little difficult, and expensive, to park near.
I try to avoid those places. To me this is a typical Bostonian sight.
Clueless! The wonderful Anita posted vintage postcards from Boston today! http://anitanh.blogspot.com/
I never would have guessed that was the DMV!
Hi there! Marie told me about your blog. My very first summer job at age 16 was at the Registry of Motor Vehicles on Nashua Street. I sat and filed index-card sized slips of paper by Vehicle Identification Number for two months in an office without air conditioning. I was glad when school started again!
I agree that the Registry of Motor Vehicles seems to be designed to make everything difficult for the public. The plague on the third floor is to commemorate that the Liberty tree from the colonial revolution days once stood on this spot. That's one of those things I love about Boston. You never know when history will stare you in the face.
Mysteriously, the auto registry is called "Secretary of State" here in Michigan. Perhaps as a warning to bring a diplomatic attitude if you want (eventually) to receive some service!Three Rivers Daily Photo
But it a building so beautiful ... See those small windows under the roof?Perhaps low-level employees are sleeping right there ...:-)
Some things are the same the world over!
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