An imposing “double jeopardy” traffic ticket scheme in Michigan may finally be meeting its end.
A royal decree issued by King Salman in September allows Saudi women to drive, touching off a rush to capitalize by carmakers.
Drivers in New York and California learned the hard way that using forged handicap placards can result in big fines and potential jail time.
A majority of U.S. residents would pay more in taxes and tolls in exchange for better, less-congested roads, according to a new poll.
California Governor Jerry Brown hinted at a combustion engine ban, following the lead of several European countries.
Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft cheered a new California law to simplify licensing for their drivers.
California could join Oregon and Washington, D.C. in allowing residents to choose a third gender identity on their identification cards.
North Korea owes more than $156,000 in parking tickets to New York City, a charge the hermit nation contests.
The California DMV’s popular DMV Now self-service kiosks can now be found at 14 locations in the Bay Area.
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