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Visit Movemag.org to take a look at our latest digital exclusive content! Read the second in our series of Board Profiles, and learn a little bit more about Whitney Brewster, Executive Director of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. Learn how she got involved in motor vehicle administration, how she came to AAMVA, and more. Visit movemag.org today!
The 2016 Region I Conference gets underway in Burlington, Vermont, next week (July 17-20). The conference provides an opportunity for you and your peers to discuss relevant driver’s license, motor vehicle and law enforcement related issues. Come join us in the beautiful green mountain state! Visit the Region I Conference Web site for more information, including the conference program, hotel information, and registration.
With the potential for a disruption in mail service by Canada Post, Manitoba Public Insurance has temporarily suspended outgoing mail service effective June 24th. This includes the mailing of driver license and vehicle registration/insurance renewal notices and driver license and identification cards that have already been renewed and sent for production. To ensure Manitoba Public Insurance customers are not negatively impacted by these actions, regulatory amendments have been enacted to extend to September 18, 2016, the validity of all driver licenses, identification cards and vehicle registrations that would otherwise expire between June 20, 2016 and August 30, 2016. Read more here.
Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News - July 15, 2016
It may be unsettling to know that the DMV would allow a 102-year-old woman with a walker to renew her license. As Helen Maddox walked out of the DMV doors, she proudly announced with a grin on her face, "I got my papers for two more years." Read the full story at ABC13.com.
A Marinette County man feels the Wisconsin DMV is discriminating against him because of a disability. His problems are similar to the difficulties Lawrence University football coach Mark Speckman experienced. As we first told you in August, Speckman was born without hands but held a California drivers license for decades without a crash. Read the full story at WBAY.com.
A Tucson man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of plotting a terrorist attack on a motor vehicle office in metro Phoenix. Read the full story at StarTribune.com.
The state Department of Motor Vehicles does not plan to require car dealerships to contract with a third-party vendor to handle transactions instead of using county DMV offices. Read the full story at WatertownDailyTimes.com.
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