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.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to make a point when it comes to texting while driving in New York.
New adult drivers in Connecticut will soon need a learner’s permit before taking the road test for a driver’s license.
The new law, which will take effect in one year, will require anyone over the age of 18 getting a new driver’s license to answer whether they would like to join the state’s donor list. The question is currently optional.
Stefan Giokas was arrested around 10:45 p.m. Thursday while driving on Clearview Drive in Wheatley Heights.
New York City traffic has always been a challenge, and now anybody who tries to navigate it on a two-wheeled motorized bike may wind up with more trouble than they bargained for.
Investigators believe an alleged high-tech scam helped hundreds of people pass the multiple choice commercial drivers license test at DMV offices.
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.
Now that Osama Bin Laden has been killed a Long Island man feels it’s time to change his license plate.
During a Senate Committee Hearing on motor coach safety, the NTSB chairman said a tour bus involved in a crash in The Bronx that killed 15 people on March 12 was barreling down the highway.
Those arrested Friday include commercial operators and four Metropolitan Transportation Authority employees.