New Jersey Motor Vehicle officials have launched a new program that, on its face, might be difficult for some people to take, but it could prove vital in an accident.
Most of us, quite frankly, don’t like the pictures we carry on our driver’s license for one reason or another. But going to extremes to create a photo you might like can cause some security problems for you if you live in New Jersey.
We know that more elderly people are involved in traffic accidents, but researchers from Canada suggest that the higher number may be the result of factors that go beyond driving ability.
Many college students who are under 21 say they use the bogus cards to get into bars (not to vote) and it’s almost commonplace to know where to get them.
Starting in January, Delaware drivers renewing their licenses may find themselves getting their driving privileges extended three extra years.
An advocate for the elderly says getting an ID may be complicated by poverty, mobility and access issues.
Starting next month, The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is extending its hours at all state offices. The idea is to meet the needs of customers so they don’t have to take off work to get services taken care of.
Federal prosecutor Richard Zack says defendant Harold Palmer betrayed the public trust, sometimes for as little as $20 a license.
Officials have unveiled new driver licenses now being issued in New Jersey. The aim is to make them counterfeit-proof.
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