Utah residents hoping to start driving for the first time will now have to pass an additional written exam.
Minnesota will now have to scramble to meet the compliance deadline or risk leaving residents without federally-accepted identification.
Questions regarding driving while high arise as more states begin looking into legalizing marijuana.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will begin incorporating new technology into its famous 5-Star Safety Rating.
Starting December 27, Delaware will allow undocumented immigrants to apply for Driving Privilege Cards.
With an extension grant from the DHS still looming, Minnesota driver's licenses and IDs may not meet federal guidelines for domestic flights.
A new law passed in the North Star State expands the number of transactions that will require proof of car insurance.
The GA MVD announced recently that it’s experiencing a delay in its vehicle tag renewal reminder services.
After years of being targeted for elimination, a controversial Department of Motor Vehicles policy survived yet another round in the NY court system.