Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday tapped Bridgeport state Sen. Andres Ayala as the new commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Motor Vehicles.
The State Department of Motor Vehicles is planning to offer new classic vehicle vehicle standard or vanity license plates, to replace the black and white “Early American” available for cars, trucks and motorcycles that are at least twenty years old.
State officials say they want to raise awareness of an addition to Connecticut driver’s licenses aimed at helping veterans identify themselves to businesses in order to receive discounts, programs and services.
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles says residents will have decide whether to take an extra step and have their identify verified the next time they renew their driver’s license.
By SUSAN HAIGH, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Gov.-elect Dan Malloy has chosen the mayor of East Hartford to run Connecticut’s Department of Motor Vehicles, saying he hopes to expand efforts to make the […]