Auto Insurance News Week of June 23rd 2014

Auto Insurance News 2014

ADOT provides tips to prevent fraud with buying/selling a vehicle
PHOENIX — Buying or selling a vehicle can be a risky process, and by following some guidance offered by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division and taking the right steps before the purchase or sale, consumers can minimize or eliminate common problems to prevent making a bad financial mistake.
Source: Eastern Arizona Courier
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Travis County, title companies criticize proposed limit on vehicle fee
New car owners in Travis County could get stuck in longer lines at the tax office if the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles moves forward with proposed rules that local title companies say would put them out of business.
Source: statesman.com
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Nevada DMV Rolls Out Dash Pass in Carson City
Nevada DMV rolled out its new queuing system, Dash Pass, this week in Carson City. The new system is designed to revolutionize the way Nevada residents wait in line for DMV services. The system was tested earlier this year in a pilot at the agency’s Reno office. Dash Pass is now available at both the Carson City and Reno offices. The statewide rollout, including Las Vegas, is scheduled for July.
Source: KTVN.com
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No practical need for moped regulations
A bill approved by the N.C. House last week takes the unusual step of requiring owners of mopeds to register their vehicles with the N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles. Under the legislation, owners of mopeds would have to pay a $40 title fee and a $15 or $22 registration fee and fasten a license plate to the vehicle.
Source: Rocky Mount Telegram
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DMV prepares for sticker shock of losing inspection tag
In less than nine months Texas windshields are going to start looking different, and Department of Motor Vehicles officials are gearing up to avoid a sticky situation when car owners transition from having two state-required tags to one.
Source: Chron.com
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DMV investigates Norfolk car dealership
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is investigating a car dealership in Norfolk Monday afternoon. After reports of law enforcement vehicles outside Victory Lane Motors, Spokeswoman Sunni Brown said Virginia DMV law enforcement agents were at conducting a search “for any and all motor vehicle-related documents and data” at the Virginia Beach Boulevard dealership.
Source: wavy.com
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