Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News - April 14, 2017.
State officials and the company installing a new computer system for the state Division of Motor Vehicles have reached a settlement in a lawsuit about the cost of the new system, state officials announced Wednesday morning. Read the full story at ProvidenceJournal.com.
Maryland has booted more than 4,000 of the state's ride-hail drivers off the roads since December 2015, because they failed to meet the state's screening requirements, despite passing Uber and Lyft's background checks, according to the Maryland Public Service Commission. Read the the article in washingtonpost.com.
A new motion has been filed to resurrect a lawsuit over a Virginia law that suspends people's driver's licenses if they fail to pay court fees. Read the full story at NBC29.com.
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