Yes they do.
No. The DMV has no idea what you paid for it or sold it for, so they have no amount to report to the IRS.
Yes. If you have a driver's license, you're required to report your new address to the DMV, and get an updated license. You typically have 30 days to do this.
Only on your CREDIT REPORT. DMV doesnt care how you got it or got rid off it, as long as ya dont steal it or sell before ya pay for it.
report dealer to DMV.
You don't say which state you are in, but there are similar DMV documents in other states like that, that are in reference to your insurance coverage.
You have 5 days(week) to transfer to the dmv.
In what state? Type in your state and city DMV on Google, it should bring up a page with all DMV offices in that vicinity, and their hours.
You do not need to report it to the police you need to report it to the DMV within 5 days.
All 50 states reciprocate drivers records.
Report of Deposit of Fees
You should be taking your driving test AT the DMV, from a DMV examiner. He will record your score on the DMV computer record data base. This would be for the written or road test. Even if you take you tests from a third party tester, he/she would still need to report it to the DMV.