Long Lines Return At New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Offices After Statewide Computer OutageMany people were trying to get service after a statewide computer outage prevented all transactions Monday.
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Says Computers Back Online After Statewide OutageThe problem is causing major lines at several centers. 
Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Legislation Aimed At Easing Long New Jersey MVC LinesPeople have been waiting for hours outside Motor Vehicle Commission locations since they reopened in July.
Frustrated Drivers Still Dealing With Long Lines At New Jersey MVC LocationsDrivers waited more than six hours to get through the doors.
A Dozen MVC Locations Unable To Process Transactions Due To Power OutagesTropical Storm Isaias left hundreds of thousands of customers in the dark across the Garden State, and Gov. Phil Murphy says the restoration could take days.
MVC's Wayne Licensing Center Temporarily Closed After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19The Wayne Licensing Center will be closed for cleaning until Tuesday, July 28.
Frustrations Mount As Drivers Wait For Hours Outside New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission OfficesMany people said the MVC should have seen this coming and been more prepared for the massive crowds.
Proposed Legislation Would Protect NJ Drivers From Out-Of-State Speed, Red Light CamerasNew Jersey drivers may no longer have to worry about out-of-state speed and red light cameras.
N.J. To Allow 'ATHE1ST' License Plate After Worker Labeled It 'Offensive'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.
Pastafarian Refuses To Take Off Pasta Strainer At New Jersey MVCA 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 Report: Nearly Half Of NJ's School Buses Fail InspectionsThe 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.