Auto Insurance News You May Have Missed Week of March 10th 2014

Auto Insurance News 2014

Nebraska Driver’s License Offices to be Closed for Few Days in April
Department of Motor Vehicles driver’s license staff will be out of the office April 7-10 for a statewide training session.
Source: Nebraska.TV
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Registry of Motor Vehicles fees could rise
It may soon cost more to own a car in Massachusetts. The state Transportation Department’s board of directors is expected to approve a series of Registry of Motor Vehicles fee increases at its meeting today.
Source: Nantucket Island Inquirer
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All 254 Texas Counties Now Offer Online Vehicle Registration Renewal
The Texas Legislature, Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV), and Texas.gov just made it easier for Texans to renew their vehicle registration. As of January 1, 2014, all 254 Texas counties offer the option for online renewals — a simple, secure way to keep your vehicle registration current.
Source: Wall Street Journal
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Colorado lawmakers consider ban on cell phone use while driving
The dangers of texting and driving are well-documented. But most drivers have no problem making a phone call or two while behind the wheel. Some Colorado lawmakers want to change that. Using a cell phone while driving could soon be illegal in Colorado.
Source: FOX31 Denver KDVR-TV
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DMV Suspends Issuing Low-Number Plates – But It’s Run Out Of Numbers
Connecticut’s current DMV commissioner, Melody Currey, has quietly suspended the decades-old political distribution of the two- and three-digit plates low-number license plates for passenger vehicles.
Source: The Hartford Courant
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