Auto Insurance News You May Have Missed Week of Jun 2nd 2014

Auto Insurance News 2014

Virginia DMV orders Lyft, Uber to stop operating
Virginia’s Department of Motor Vehicles sent cease and desist orders today to Lyft and Uber, telling the two ride services that they must stop operating …

Source: The Virginian-Pilot
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DMV brings kiosk back to Gardnerville
Six months after the last DMV kiosk shut down along with Scolari’s, a new one was set up in the Gardnerville Raley’s on Wednesday afternoon.

Source: The Record-Courier
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Mobile DMV office to be at Beach Fest
When you head out to enjoy the music, vendors, antique cars and other activities at Claytor Lake Beach Festival Saturday, June 14, you can also renew your vehicle registration or even get a copy of your birth certificate.

Source: Southwest Times
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Additional energy-efficient vehicle license plates now available from ADOT

PHOENIX — Beginning May 20, specific hybrid vehicle owners will have another opportunity to obtain one of the “Clean Air — Blue Skies” energy-efficient license plates being made available by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.

Source: Eastern Arizona Courier
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Boat Owners: Avoid Waiting, Get to DMV Early to Register Vessels
Summer is starting. Boaters can enjoy the open waters of Long Island Sound. They can troll for fish on ponds. They can motor a pontoon boat or use a jet ski around the lake. They can also avoid waiting in line at DMV. By going now to get a new registration or any needed assistance for a renewal, boat owners can avoid the pre-July 4 rush to have vessels ready for the summer season.

Source: Ridgefield Press
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Computer woes affecting DMV statewide
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – Computer problems at the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles are causing big headaches today for people trying to renew licenses or do any other business with the agency.

Source: Tucson News Now
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Truckers having DMV problems
New York – Truck drivers claim the state is losing important forms they need to keep their jobs. Trucking companies are telling News10NBC they have run into problems with the state over medical certification forms. Those forms prove a driver is medically fit to drive and they’re required for people with commercial driver’s licenses. Many truckers say they’ve turned in the forms, but the state is notifying them they have no record of them.

Source: WHEC-TV
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Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles now accepting debit, credit cards
Arriving a few dollars short to the Office of Motor Vehicles should no longer send residents to the back of the line. Starting Wednesday (June 4), all OMVs across Louisiana will accept credit cards, debit cards and electronic checks.

Source: The Times-Picayune
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