Thread: Richmond DMV
I have a quick question.. I plan on going to the Richmond DMV on W Broad Street and was wondering if it is permissable to OC or CC there??
Appreciate the assistance!
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Thanks for the prompt reply. I seem to OC much more than I do CC, primarily becuase it is just easier. Of course when the cooler weather hits, than I CC a tad more just because I'm wearing a coat or something similar. In the past 6 years that I have OC'd in the Richmond City area, I was only asked 1 time to please leave it in the car or CC it. It was actually a uniformed RPD officer working off duty at a Krogers. However, I politely declined and he just followed me around the store for a couple of minutes. Since than I have seen him numerous times at the same place and he has never said a word.. The folks in Richmond don't really seem to care much about OC, which is a good thing....
Again, Thanks for the prompt update!
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In the DMV on Ironbridge Road in Chesterfield today to correct a mistake on the expiration date of my tags. Shortest time I've ever spent in DMV for anything - barely got to sit down before they called my number (there were about 15 people there sitting waiting for something to happen when I walked in).
Don't know where the security dude was - and yes I looked.
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