The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is warning people about fake DMV websites that are charging people additional fees.
The DMV received reports of websites charging customers a fee to complete the new online driver license application and other services online. The department is investigating these websites for any violation of consumer protection laws.
The DMV says there are no additional fees to complete online applications or any other online services.
The official website of the DMV for Californians is www.dmv.ca.gov.
If you believe you have encountered a fraudulent website, email DMV’s Investigations Division at ReportFraud@dmv.ca.gov.