A DMV Office in California Was Closed For a Week After a Student Driver Rammed Their Car into It
We’ve all THOUGHT about driving straight through the wall of the DMV. Just to show them. But this was supposedly an accident . . .A student driver in Roseville, California was practicing in the parking lot of the local DMV on Monday around 8:00 P.M. (–Roseville is just northeast of Sacramento.) But the kid hit the gas pedal instead of the brake and drove through the wall of the building, leaving a hole about three feet tall and four feet wide. Since he was behind the wheel of a car registered to the driving school, we’re assuming the instructor was in the car with him. Which is kind of strange, since by the time police responded they were GONE. So they’re treating it as a hit and run. Local driving schools regularly give lessons in the DMV parking lot after hours, and this is the THIRD time in the last FIVE years that a student has hit the building. The building’s closed this week and maybe longer, depending on how much damage contractors find. Anyone who had scheduled a driving test will be accommodated, they just have to wait outside in the heat on plastic lawn chairs.