Letter for Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Too dark in the DMV

Why is the lighting in the DMV building so dim? It’s hard to fill the form for driver license renewal. We already have to bring legal documents (birth certificates, Social Security cards, and two utility statements). We don’t need to make errors on the form mentioned only to be sent back to redo the form.

Lighten up the inside of the DMV building to avoid errors.

Howard Tolbe, Eleele

6 Comments
  1. Steven McMacken October 31, 2018 4:00 am Reply

    Great letter, Howard. Another compelling Kauaian issue brought to “light.” I hope the “dim”wits at the DMV take note.


  2. billyjoebob October 31, 2018 12:58 pm Reply

    Switch it up, tell them to get the LED out.


  3. Charlie Chimknee October 31, 2018 10:39 pm Reply

    Howard ask for a Day Time Driver License only…and join the crowd…of Senior Day Trippers..using their headlights only for Morse Code…”cops ahead”, “party at Kee”,

    Mahalo,

    Charlie


  4. OMG Watnow November 1, 2018 11:25 am Reply

    We need to “lighten” up some very “dark” issues. DMV has no control of how “bright” these “dim”wits (admin) can be. Our LEaDers (get it – LED) feel that the ambiance of the lobby should be a “warm” feeling. Howard you’re not the only one brought this same issue to Department of Finance. Same excuse “We’ll look into it. . . . . .
    “Future is Bright, You Gotta Wear Shades.”


  5. Kao November 1, 2018 11:17 pm Reply

    Use ur phone light


    1. manongindashadow November 2, 2018 12:28 pm Reply

      Is the county going to pay for some of my cell phone bill or buy me a new battery for my cell phone? “I think not!”


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