The Helicopter in the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV)

Friday, October 9, 2020

Fig- 01- The helicopter starts to take off


As far as I remember, I came to Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) in my city for several times.


The business I did in DMV:

- apply for ID card

- testing (paper and road) for driving licensed

- voting registration (register as Democrats, Republicans or independents).

- notice of vehicle transfer

- plate relate things (order personalized, return and cancel plates)


In term of vehicle transfer notice, we have donated, sold and traded our vehicle long time ago.


One day, people from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) stop our car, and guide us to DMV parking lot.


Fig- 02- The copter is getting to fly


Then, they check our car emitting gas, luckily our car is the range of normal. The EPA let us go.


Fig- 03- Copter is flying away.


Actually, we check our cars gas emission every year at the state authorized test centers near by our neighborhood.


Testing is to keep our car emission within the range of state regulations. The cost is US$ 18 only.


Surprisingly, when we visit DMV this morning, we saw Copter in the parking lot. We wonder why?


Some people said the helicopter is belong to the police institution. They use this flying vehicle to fight crimes.


By using copter, the police may get very good a crime scene or “bird’s eye view of” to any suspect objects.


Finally, have your city police’s helicopter to combat crime?  

11 comments:

  1. Interesting, didn't realize what they do.

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  2. This look so cool and you take such a beautiful photos.

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  3. Hello,

    I am sure they do have police helicopters here, usually I hear the Medivac helicopter more often. The Local TV stations also have their news/traffic helicopters flying around too. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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  4. I don't think we have police helicopter. Great pictures!

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    1. Thanks-
      The Helicopter in the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV)
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      Fig- 01- The helicopter starts to take off

      As far as I remember, I came to Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) in my city for several times.

      The business I did in DMV:
      - apply for ID card
      - testing (paper and road) for driving licensed
      - voting registration (register as Democrats, Republicans or independents).
      - notice of vehicle transfer
      - plate relate things (order personalized, return and cancel plates)

      In term of vehicle transfer notice, we have donated, sold and traded our vehicle long time ago.

      One day, people from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) stop our car, and guide us to DMV parking lot.

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  5. Thank you very much for helpful post and lovely photos! :)

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  6. In my country, I think the police use drones - I haven't heard of helicopters, but I'm not familiar with the subject, so I might be wrong
    greetings

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  7. Thanks a lot =) I love them both too.

    Really interesting post.
    Have a great new week

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  8. We have helicopters for police, news, medivac and checking electricity grids. Never heard of EPA pulling cars over around here. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such nice comments! Have a great week!

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    1. Thanks-
      The Helicopter in the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV)
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      Fig- 02- The copter is getting to fly

      Then, they check our car emitting gas, luckily our car is the range of normal. The EPA let us go.

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