Trump administration officials are launching an inquiry into whether foreign vehicles threaten America’s national security by weakening the domestic vehicle market.
Minnesota received a federal reprieve for its REAL ID compliance issues after months of worry over its licensing program.
After a state report shows blind Missourians have been driving, officials are trying to roll back a cash benefit program for them.
Prosecution of Volkswagen officials has reached the very top with U.S. charges against Martin Winterkorn, VW’s former board chair and CEO.
A new report from Equifax details more information about last year’s massive data breach, and more of your personal documents may have been compromised.
Nevada’s DMV is ready to issue a license plate for fans of the Vegas Golden Knights NHL team.
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.
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