Driver Licensing and Identification
Vehicle Registration and Titling
NMVTIS - National Motor Vehicle Title Information System
CDLIS - Commercial Driver's License Information System
Serving on a committee is an ideal way to influence policy, develop best practices and network with your peers. AAMVA is looking for jurisdiction members to lend us their expertise by filling several vacancies on our three standing committees. Details on the vacant positions are available on AAMVA's Web site in the Committee Opportunities tab on the Committees and Working Group page. If you are interested in serving on a committee, please complete the Committee Member Application Form. All applications must be received by May 4, 2015. (If you have previously submitted an application, you do not need to reapply provided your information is up to date.) If you have questions, please contact Dianne Graham, director, Member & Conference Services via email or phone (703) 908-8267.
Presentations from the 2015 CDL Coordinators/IT Managers Meeting are now available for download from the AAMVA Web site. The presentations are available to AAMVA jurisdiction and federal government members only. Visit the presentations page:
Registration is now open for AAMVA's 2015 Workshop & Law Institute, in Fort Worth, Texas, March 18-19. Visit the
Workshop & Law Institute Web site for more details. Watch the 2015 Workshop Promo to get a taste for what you can expect.
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(Most read stories from AAMVA Regional News - February 27, 2015)
Vermont’s Investigation Into Licenses-for-Illegals Fraud Spreads to Multiple States, DMV Offices
An investigation into fraudulent applications for Vermont’s driver’s privilege cards has spread to multiple states and Department of Motor Vehicle branches, according to the department’s chief investigator.
Read the full story at WatchDog.org.
Employee Theft of $25,000 Alleged at Car Title Service (Maryland)
A Mechanicsville woman has been charged with 26 theft offenses in court papers alleging she stole more than $25,000 over the course of about two years while employed at a car tag and title service in Leonardtown.
Read the full story at SomdNews.com.
Oklahoma Watch: Released Offenders Face High Fees for Driver’s Licenses
When offenders leave prison to re-enter society, one of the steepest barriers they face is finding a job. Then they encounter a second barrier: paying hundreds or thousands of dollars in fees to reinstate a driver’s license so they can look for and keep a job. Oklahomans who lose a license because of failing to pay a traffic fine or appear in court on the matter may have to pay several hundred dollars to restore the license.
Read the full story at TulsaWorld.com.
For the rest of the most recent news, read: AAMVA Regional News - February 27, 2015.
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AAMVA Regional News