Cuomo is not blowing his own horn but he wants to silence the horns of tax scofflaws. He’s going to suspend the driver’s licenses of any New Yorker who owes more than $10,000 in unpaid taxes.
Jaquan Joas, of Copiague, has been charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, resisting arrest, false personation and criminal possession of marijuana.
New York motorists are advised to think twice before texting and driving, as tough new regulations go into effect Saturday in New York State.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to make a point when it comes to texting while driving in New York.
New York City Public Advocate and Democratic mayoral hopeful Bill de Blasio announced his immigration proposal on the steps of City Hall Thursday morning.
A proposal in Connecticut to expand access to driver’s licenses to immigrants regardless of their legal status has received the support of the governor, legislative leaders and mayors from across the state.
The driver’s licenses will provide temporary legal status for young motorists to obtain car registration and insurance, said Michael Lawlor, undersecretary for criminal justice policy and planning.
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.
There usually aren’t many smiles from folks in line at a New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission office.
Starting this month, New Jersey drivers born before December 1, 1964 who need to renew their licenses won’t need to go down to the MVC.
New Jersey officials have temporarily delayed plans to implement new federal standards for people seeking to obtain or renew driver licenses or non-driver ID’s.
Starting this summer, some New Jersey residents will be able to renew their driver licenses or non-driver IDs by mail.
Police say Jean Paulino lifted about $140 in cash and two driver’s licenses from a couple going through a security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport.
Linda Demarest pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident charges in the July 2010 crash in Buena Vista Township.
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles says residents will have decide whether to take an extra step and have their identify verified the next time they renew their driver’s license.