Hawaii wants to avoid DMV rage, allows residents to preview lines

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idHONOLULU, HI – No one likes having to wait in line, especially at the DMV. Officials in Hawaii are hoping to change that.

They’ve installed five cameras at five different locations. That way, people can log on, check to see if there’s a line and determine whether or not to go to the DMV.

The cameras only cost $99. Doesn’t seem like a bad price to pay to avoid people losing it at the DMV.

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