Drivers — or would-be drivers — have been seeing longer than expected waits at Department of Motor Vehicles since the agency kicked off a new system of regional hubs.
Connecticut’s motor vehicles commissioner says the agency is delaying layoffs and keeping all branches open until state employees vote on a labor concessions package.
State officials say police have seized driver’s licenses from more than 1,200 teenagers over the last three years for violating laws on passenger limits, curfews and other restrictions.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles will begin alerting towns and cities of vehicle owners who are suspected of improperly registering vehicles out of state to avoid property taxes. The agency […]
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles says it is phasing-out all permanent disability parking permits with a “lifetime” designation. The DMV stopped issuing new lifetime permits in January and will phase-out permits that have already […]
State commercial vehicle inspectors issued nearly 15,000 violations during the first two months of Connecticut’s ongoing crackdown on unsafe commercial vehicles on state highways. State officials say 14,777 violations have been issued, including tickets for […]