The Massachusetts RMV mistakenly sent out close to 10,000 notices telling drivers their licenses were suspended.
Michigan could become the nation’s 11th state to create a driver’s license for undocumented immigrants under a pair of bills being discussed in the legislature.
The President’s tariffs are impacting everything from metal prices to China’s appetite for American-made vehicles. See how the auto industry is reacting.
As the EPA sets itself to loosen Obama-era vehicle emissions standards, California regulators work to defy it.
Minnesota’s DVS software, which has complicated the act of getting a MN driver’s license, is getting a funding boost from the state legislature intended to fix the problem.
Georgia lawmakers are tussling over whether or not to ban handheld phone use while driving.
Nevada DMV employees will be trained under a federal program to recognize signs of human trafficking in an effort to combat it.
With higher incidences of fatalities and accidents, teens are being targeted by Ohio lawmakers for more restrictive driver licensing rules.
The executive director of the South Carolina DMV is strongly opposing legislative attempts to add a vision test requirement to the state’s driver’s license application.
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