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.
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.
Traffic deaths across the country rose 8% in the first 6 months of 2015, compared to that same time period last year.
The California DMV has recently reported that it’s nearly out of available HOV passes—down to just over 4,000 out of 85,000 stickers allowed by the state.
Kansas will kick off an amnesty program next month for residents whose licenses have been suspended due to their failure to pay a traffic ticket.
A big focus at this year's CCE revolved around the need for stronger definition of what a connected car is.