I've tried to get a license through the North Carolina DMV, and they didn't recognize my own address in their system, which the post office recognizes it. Everything recognizes it. I've had no problems other than the DMV.
Just in general I think we don't know where to find things, and there's not a good hub for where ... Can you find this, where can you go to get this done, and stuff like that.
We all know how painful it can be to go to the DMV, or to renew a passport, to change a name, even to vote. It means usually tons of paperwork, bureaucracy, long lines, and more often than not, it's complicated, it's confusing, and it's almost painfully analog. Estonia, on the other hand, does things differently. If you never heard of Estonia, well, it's a small country in northern Europe with a population of 1.3 million. In 2017, its government pioneered a project called e-Estonia, which streamlined government services by making everything digital, which transformed Estonia into a digital society with digital citizenship.