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California DMV makes $50M a year off selling drivers’ data: Report

Some buyers are private investigators hired to surveil spouses

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Child Charged With Careless Driving After She Crashed Mom's Car Into DMV

Ten-year-old turned on the car and switched it into neutral

Police charged a ten-year-old girl with careless driving after she put her mother's SUV into neutral, causing it to careen through a Department of Motor Vehicles office window in Parker, Colo.

DMV Recalls Man's Driver's License Based On Anonymous Tip

Man must prove he is not a danger on the road

A Nebraska man must prove he is not a danger on the road after an anonymous tipster reported him to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

DMV Employees Accused Of Selling Answers To Test Takers

Applicants looking for a commercial driver's license paid for answers

Employees at the New York Department of Motor Vehicles were caught accepting bribes in exchange for answers and surrogate test takers, according to police.

Digital License Plates Coming To California

Privacy concerns follow close behind new legislation

The California State Senate has just approved a bill to create a pilot electronic license plates program. The program, the first of it's kind in the US, would affect less than one percent of drivers over four years.

Surprising Vanity License Plates Approved And Banned By DMV

Contradicting standards confuse motorists

The Department of Motor Vehicles decides vanity plates on a case by case basis, leaving many drivers confused by contradicting standards.

Can you name that road sign? Take this quiz and find out

A couple of weeks ago, we challenged you to take a shot at a written driving test. The test wasn't designed for rocket scientists, but a few of you justifiably complained about the confusing verbiage in some of the questions, and the fact that some laws vary from state to state. Yeah, some of you flunked.

Could you still pass a driving test? Take this quiz and find out

If you are like most of us, you look back at your first DMV-issued driving test – that one you took with a dull nub of a pencil while standing in a crowded room – and remember racking your brain over questions that not only made no sense, but some that were downright confusing. Whether we approve of the age-old process or not, everyone eventually passes their first driving test (and it seems many forget everything the moment they hit the highways).