Driver Licensing and Identification

Vehicle Registration and Titling

Law Enforcement

  • Meet With Members One-on-One at the Region II General Session: QuickConnect 

    QuickConnect is a unique one-on-one opportunity where exhibitors and qualified sponsors get a chance to meet with jurisdiction representatives. This year’s format allows jurisdictions to set up QuickConnect sessions with industry representatives based on the company descriptions. Fun, interactive, and fast-moving, the QuickConnect sessions are excellent for discussing products and services, or providing answers to current challenges. Don't wait! Get started today by registering online for the 2015 AAMVA Region II Conference.    

    CDL Final Permit Compliance Rules: Member Resources Available

    CDL CLP Testing Final Rule - Small Button Ad The federally mandated Commercial Driver's License Testing and Commercial Learner's Permit Standards requires compliance by U.S. jurisdictions by July 8, 2015. In order to assist members in implementing the requirements laid out in the final rule, AAMVA has pulled together a series of tools and resources and is making them available online at http://www.aamva.org/CDL-Permit-Final-Rule/.

    Online Registration Now Open for Region IV and Region II Conferences

    Archives: The Week in Review  |   Regional News

    Watch AAMVA's 2014 Year in Review 

    AAMVA 2014 Year in Review

    (Most read stories from AAMVA Regional News – April 10, 2015)

    BMV's Grocery Store Kiosks that Promise Quick, Easy Vehicle Registration Set to Open Over Next Month (Ohio)
    Ohioans in and around Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati soon will be able to jot "renew license plates" on their grocery store shopping lists. Read the full story at Cleveland.com.

    Half a Million California Immigrants Seek Licenses, Exceeding Projections
    A surge of undocumented immigrants seeking driver’s licenses has caught the California Department of Motor Vehicles off guard and underscored the massive interest in the new program. Read the full story at SacBee.com

    States Flouting Post-9/11 ID Law, Giving Cards to Illegal Immigrants That Mirror Licenses
    After the 9/11 attacks, Congress passed the REAL ID Act to prevent foreign nationals from fraudulently obtaining a U.S. driver's license -- by requiring that any ID issued based on unverifiable foreign documents look different in "design or color" from an official driver's license. Read the full article on www.foxnews.com.

    4.2 Million Have Lost Driver’s Licenses Because of Unpaid Fees (California)
    Unpaid traffic fines and mushrooming fees have left 4.2 million Californians with suspended driver’s licenses — more than one-sixth of the licenses issued statewide — with poor people the hardest-hit, according to a newly published study that criticizes policies that take drivers off the road because of debts they can’t pay. Read the full story at SFGate.com.

    For the rest of the most recent news, read: AAMVA Regional News – April 10, 2015.

    Archives: The Week in Review  |   AAMVA Regional News