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The May 2015 Class of AAMVA's Leadership Academy officially completed their training last week, wrapping up several days of professional development, leadership training, and networking. As part of the week-long training course, the 18 up-and-coming jurisdiction leaders heard from industry professionals, met with experienced administrators, and toured the Virginia DMV, among many other activities. To get a glimpse into what the week was like for the Leadership Academy participants, visit AAMVA's Flickr page, or watch this video wrap-up to hear from the participants themselves.
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
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(Most read stories from AAMVA Regional News – May 15, 2015
'Scarlet Letter' License Plates Mark Repeat DUI Offenders (Pennsylvania)
While Pennsylvania legislators mull changes to toughen the commonwealth's drunken driving laws - and Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman is backing other measures he thinks could get more repeat offenders off the roads - the state of Ohio has taken a different, more visible approach.
Read the full story at LancasterOnLine.com.
Local Woman Finds Out She's Dead While Updating Driver's License (Florida)
Eva Brown will celebrate her 60th birthday in August. It's a birthday she says she'll never forget because, according to the DMV, she's been dead for nearly two years.
Read the full article on FirstCoastNews.
Self-Driving Cars Getting Dinged in California
Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around California have gotten into accidents since September, when the state began issuing permits for companies to test them on public roads. Two accidents happened while the cars were in control; in the other two, the person who still must be behind the wheel was driving, a person familiar with the accident reports told The Associated Press.
Read the full story at NBCNews.
California Looking at New Drug-Detecting DUI Technology
California lawmakers are considering a proposal that would give cops permission to use technology that identifies drivers under the influence of marijuana, cocaine and other drugs.
Read the full story at GovTech.
For the rest of the most recent news, read: AAMVA Regional News – May 15, 2015
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