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A Long Island driver has been barraged with red-light camera violations, even though his car was not involved and he has proof.
A controversial license plate has spared fear in a neighborhood in southern Brooklyn, and the state now wants the license plates replaced.
An investigation into suspected cheating on New York state tests for licenses to drive such sensitive vehicles as school buses and hazardous-materials trucks has ensnared almost two dozen more people after 19 arrests in September.
The licensing systems used in many states are so outdated that they don’t allow names that have an apostrophe or hyphenations
New York state, city and federal prosecutors have arrested 19 people accused of scheming to cheat on tests for licenses to drive school buses and operate trucks hauling hazardous materials.
Carlucci cites a study that found $7 million in uncollected tolls over a four year period at the Tappan Zee Bridge alone.
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles has released samples of the new driver’s license design, which is aimed at cracking down on counterfeit licenses.
New adult drivers in Connecticut will soon need a learner’s permit before taking the road test for a driver’s license.
Should a ticket you get while riding a bike translate into points on your driver’s license? One Manhattan man says absolutely not, but that’s the punishment he is facing.
The subject line of the e-mail may contain the title, “Uniform Traffic Ticket.”
“We are very proud to offer this redesigned license plate to New York’s veterans in recognition of their service and sacrifice,” said DMV Commissioner Barbara J. Fiala.
CBS 2 News has gotten action for a woman who lost her license for drunk driving even though she never had a drink. It’s a bureaucratic nightmare, but political reporter Marcia Kramer cut to the chase at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Starting Wednesday, drivers will “self-certify” that they meet the vision requirement when they renew.
If a deal is approved, Connecticut could avoid laying off state workers. On the verge of that approval, Gov. Dan Malloy spoke with WCBS 880 about the state’s budget and the debt-ceiling debate in Washington.