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  • AAMVA provides access to sets of comparative data that have been collected from the jurisdictions by AAMVA and other highway safety organizations. Some of this information is compiled from information collected through AAMVA's Online Survey tool. 

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    AAMVA fully supports uniformity in all things related to highway safety. To that end, AAMVA's Committees work with jurisdictions to develop best practices and model legislation as a resource to motor vehicle and law enforcement officials.

    View AAMVA's Best Practices and Model Legislation.

    AAMVA Provides a wealth of informational resources and products for both our members and the general public. From portfolios on a variety of issues, to publications and network services, AAMVA is your resource for information on the motor vehicle community and its operations. 

    Take a look at some of the larger issues AAMVA works on with relevant resources for each issue grouped together for easier access. Our portfolios include:


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  • Jurisdictions are encouraged to submit RFP/RFIs to WebUpdates@aamva.org to raise visibility and, in turn, solicit more response to those documents. As this section is continually updated, industry members should visit frequently to see what RFPs have been added.
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    AAMVA has collected many RFPs/RFIs from membership to serve as sample documents for acquisitions. Types of acquisitions documents that we have collected for your use include customer service, DL/ID issuance, system modernization, testing, and more.

    Visit our Sample RFP/RFI page for more details.

  • Released September 2018

    Ignition Interlock Program Best Practices Guide


    More than 10,000 people die every year in alcohol-related crashes in the U.S. and nearly 500 more in Canada. Data shows that ignition interlock devices prevented 350,000 alcohol-impaired driving attempts in 2016 and 2.3 million since 2006. Every jurisdiction has an ignition interlock law; however, there is no model program or national strategy that addresses every component of an ignition interlock program.

    Through the work of AAMVA's Ignition Interlock Program Best Practices Working Group, this newly-published best practice provides guidance for AAMVA member agencies that are legislatively charged with administering ignition interlock programs and to standardize program administration, terminology, and model enabling legislation.


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