Motor Vehicle Commission
Legislation advanced by a New Jersey State Assembly panel would require ride-sharing companies that use personal vehicles to get a state permit and meet safety requirements.
New Jersey drivers may no longer have to worry about out-of-state speed and red light cameras.
The Motor Vehicle Commission said Thursday a clerk had wrongly told David Silverman of New Jersey-based American Atheists Inc. he couldn’t use the word on his plate.
A New Jersey man warranted a call to police earlier this month, after he refused to take a pasta strainer off his head for a driver’s license photo on the grounds that it was his religious right as a Pastafarian.
MVC Chief Administrator Ray Martinez disputed the audit’s findings, which centered on savings that could have been had because mandatory safety inspections were discontinued two years ago.
The report showed 47 percent of buses failed and had to be taken off the road while an additional 12 percent failed for minor items that do not affect safety and need only be repaired within 30 days.
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.
The days of your dog sticking his head out the window of your car could soon come to an end in New Jersey.
Critics say the state is “unlawfully” imposing stricter requirements for people seeking to obtain or renew driver’s licenses in New Jersey.
The state’s Motor Vehicle Commission is threatening more than 100 repeat toll cheats with suspension of their registrations.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is rolling out a new way to fight fraud.
Shoppers at a mall in New Jersey had a sobering experience when they took a DWI test with special goggles that mimicked the effects of alcohol.
Authorities say the licenses were sold to unauthorized persons for thousands of dollars out of the East Orange, Edison, Jersey City, Lodi and North Bergen motor vehicle offices.
Thursday’s session in Lodi comes after recent computer crashes that affected operations at several state agencies, most noticeably the Motor Vehicle Commission.