there are more polling stations in more places than there are DMVs. with recent state budget cuts across america there has been a reduction in the number of DMV offices. in my area, we had two that people had reasonable access to. one of them is now closed, and if you don't have a car it takes three buses to get to the other one, through three or for towns.
just to get your id renewed. thats basically you taking a weekday to get there and get home. you can't go to work when you're basically on a bus for three hours one way.
on the flipside, we ave the correct amount of polling stations in each town. some have three because of their population. it is a federal law that you not get in toruble with your rmployer if you take time off to go vote. they are open before and after normal business hours.
in summery: the time to get from Amherst, MA to Easthampton, MA on a bus during no school schedule is probably about 3-4 hours one way, comprising 4 buses. wait time at the ONE DMV in the pioneer valley can be up to an hour and a half depending on the day. then another 3-4 hours back to Amherst. and I live in a fairly affluent and educated area.
this isn't a case of lack of effort on anyone's part. its the fact that in many areas people just don't have the time to travel 9 hours round trip to wait one or two hours to get home just to vote. and yes i said "just to vote." if we want everyone to vote, we need to make it easy for them to do so, and not call them out for "not putting in the effort." the reality is completely different from this, especially in low-income areas where they might not even HAVE a good bus system.
in conclusion i say you're silly and your argument is silly. you big silly goose.