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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Department Of Motor Vehicles
Acknowledging years of frustration on the part of motorists, a D.C. Council member on Tuesday proposed an ambitious plan to create a new agency that would reform the way traffic tickets are issued, processed and adjudicated.
California is trying to do something unusual in this age of rapidly evolving technology - get ahead of a big new development before it goes public.
Some South Carolina drivers with suspended licenses will get a chance later this month to have their driving privileges restored.
Virginia motorists who have applied for a new or renewed handicap placard now have an easier way to track their order.
Two Republican state lawmakers are resisting a plan by the state Department of Motor Vehicles to market drivers' records for sale.
The state Department of Motor Vehicles will offer a special license plate to benefit West Monroe High School.
DENVER (AP) — Gov. John Hickenlooper reflected on a year of tragedy, massive wildfires and historic floods during his annual State of the State address Thursday, telling lawmakers that "Colorado does not break" as he implored them to work together to improve the economy and pour funding into education.
A judge has dismissed an Iraq War veteran's appeal seeking to regain personalized license plates that include a term deemed offensive by some Arab-Americans.
"ICUHAJI." That's the root of a legal battle between Iraq war veteran Sean Bujno and the commonwealth of Virginia.
The District's automated traffic enforcement program increased its revenue by more than 100 percent from 2011 to 2012, jumping from $42.9 million to $95.6 million, according to figures released Thursday by the city.
D.C. Attorney General Irvin B. Nathan took the unusual step this week of opining on the dismissal of a speed-camera citation issued to a Metropolitan Police Department sergeant who captured widespread attention last month from the public, consumer advocates and the media when he successfully appealed a Third Street Tunnel ticket to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Civil liberties and privacy advocates in Virginia are incensed over a state study's recommendation to continue research on technology that tracks the specific location of state-issued license plates — a move proponents say would help police and toll operators more readily identify potential scofflaws.
A new Maryland law requiring mo-peds and motor scooters to be titled and insured and for drivers to take extra safety precautions goes into effect next week.
A 50-state look at the varying rules across the nation governing drivers' licenses for older adults. ___
Maryland residents can now register online to vote using a new Web-based system.