Oregonians now have the option to pump their own gas, and the internet loves the ensuing confusion.
A new Mississippi DPS policy blocks courts from suspending driver’s licenses for unpaid fess and fines
Washington, D.C.’s House delegate sent a strongly worded letter to the TSA after incidents of District residents being held up at airports over their IDs.
Certain Delaware residents can now renew their driver’s licenses and ID cards online.
Poor Michiganders get a reprieve under a judge’s injunction against license suspensions for failure to pay fines.
Ohio lawmakers want to end the practice of punishing non-driving civil offenses with driver’s license suspensions.
A South Carolina law would compel golf cart drivers to have driver’s licenses and registrations in an effort to cut down on serious accidents.
An Oklahoma convict failed to overturn a state law requiring Sooner State driver’s licenses to label sex offenders.
As vehicles become more fuel-efficient and infrastructure costs rise, policy makers look for new ways to fund roads beyond the gas tax.