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Those interested in being part of AAMVA's new Motor Carrier Working Group now have until February 18th to submit applications. The new Motor Carrier Working Group was recently created by the AAMVA Board of Directors to improve collaboration opportunities for motor carrier experts in your agencies. More information about this volunteer opportunity, please visit the
Committees and Working Groups page.
Register now for
AAMVA's 2016 Workshop & Law Institute, March 9-10, 2016, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Early-bird registration ends this Friday, February 12th. Don't delay--register online today.
AAMVA is looking for volunteers to serve as the Region III and IV Representatives on the International Driver Examiner Certification (IDEC) Executive Board. Applicants must be from an IDEC-accredited jurisdiction and are required to attend and actively participate in all Executive Board meetings and activities, and be the liaison between the AAMVA member jurisdictions in your Region. Please
complete the application and submit it to
email@example.com no later than close of business on Friday, February 19, 2016. (Please copy Denise Hanchulak on your submission at
AAMVA President & CEO Anne Ferro had the opportunity to attend the 50th Anniversary celebration of the U.S. Department of Transportation last week. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx was joined by six former Secretaries of Transportation, Lynda Johnson Robb - daughter of President Johnson - and Deputy Postmaster Ronald Strobal to mark the occasion. A strong message resonated through all former and current Secretaries of Transportation:
For more information, including a video from the current and former secretaries, visit the
US DOT's Fastlane Blog.
Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News – February 5, 2016.
Imagine being charged with a DUI when it's been hours since you've had a drink, only to later discover that your body brews its own alcohol. That's what happened to an upstate New York woman when she blew a blood alcohol level more than four times the legal limit. Just before Christmas in Hamburg, New York, a judge dismissed the charges after being presented with evidence the woman suffers from "auto-brewery syndrome." Read the full story at Q13Fox.com.
Two Palm Bay Tag Office workers are accused of giving valid driver's licenses to people who hadn't earned them. Florida Highway Patrol said it looked into this when the Hillsborough County Tax Collector Office tipped them off. Read the full story at WFTV.com.
The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety has announced that an error has been found on some Oklahoma driver licenses and identification cards. The holographic security emblem that should appear on the front of each individual license or card may, in some instances, appear on the back or not at all. Read the DPS press release.
He's not old enough to drive, but 8-year-old Dorian Murray already has his own vanity license plate. The Rhode Island Department of Motor Vehicles Wednesday presented the Westerly boy with a commemorative DStrong license plate during a ceremony at the DMV's Wakefield branch. Read the full story at KRGE.com.
For the rest of the most recent news, read AAMVA Regional News – February 5, 2016.
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