Too Many Americans Are Not Ready to Vote
In the 2016 national election in the United States, only half of the voting-age population showed up to vote for the next President. A high voter turnout by American standards, but a number that lags behind many of the developed nations around the world.
One reason may be that USA is different from many other countries because in most states you must register before you can vote. North Dakota is the only state that does not require a voter registration.
Every citizen of the United States who is at least 18 years of age may register and vote, but the rules vary between States and the process is not always as easy as it should be.
Driversprep Urges Americans to Vote
Driversprep.com, the leading online website for DMV practice tests, urges you to vote this fall.
What is Driversprep?
Since 2007, driversprep.com has offered education and online practice tests for American drivers.
The website, driversprep.com, is an appreciated and trusted content and resource website that offers free help for parents, students, and school systems.
The website provides the most complete online testing for all 50 states and District of Columbia.
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