New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission
Those placards are renewed every three years. The next time yours is up, you’ll have to go to your doctor who will recertify that you still need it.
In New Jersey, nearly half the buses fail their state inspections. And as alarming as that may sound, the CBS 3 I-Team found some bus operators have even higher failure rates.
A 45-year-old South Jersey man was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly threatening to walk into a New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission and shoot all of the tellers in June, according to police.
About four-fifths of the problems were corrected the same day and the bus safely returned to the road. But for the remaining 20 percent, the shortcomings were deemed more serious.
Click it or ticket. It’s not just for people anymore…at least in the Garden State.
Legal action by the American Civil Liberties Union has delayed New Jersey’s new driver’s license requirements.
New Jersey drivers will soon need to meet new requirements to get or renew their driver’s licenses.
Buying a new or used car or truck is going to look a little different in New Jersey, where they’re doing away with the old-school temporary tags.
As part of a growing national trend, the State of New Jersey is about to check every driver’s license in the state for visual duplicates.
It’s been more than a year since New Jersey eliminated most aspects of automobile inspections.
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.
Officials have unveiled new driver licenses now being issued in New Jersey. The aim is to make them counterfeit-proof.
Two of the stations slated to shut down are in South Jersey — in Bridgeton, Cumberland County, and Delanco, in Burlington County. The third’s in Westfield, Union County.