Archive for Tag: Motor Vehicle Commission

Now law: MVC to educate drivers on rights and responsibilities during traffic stops

TRENTON, N.J. – Drivers will soon have a better understanding of their rights and responsibilities during traffic stops — the most common law enforcement interaction for Americans. Under legislation (A3871) signed by Gov. Phil Murphy today, the Motor Vehicle Commission must produce a video on drivers’ rights and responsibilities...

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Committee passes Dunn’s legislation moving driver’s license exams online

TRENTON, N.J. – Some drivers would find reprieve from the hours-long line at the Motor Vehicle Commission under a bill sponsored by Assemblywoman Aura Dunn and passed by the Assembly Transportation and Independent Authorities Committee today. The bill (A4632) requires the MVC to make the written portion of the...

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Why can’t New Jersey reopen motor vehicle agencies like other states? lawmaker asks

RANDOLPH, N.J. – Drivers who bought vehicles from another person and new drivers, waiting to get learner’s permits or take tests, have gotten an unwelcome surprise during the last two months – they can’t get help from the state’s motor vehicle agencies. Assemblywoman Aura Dunn says that the continued...

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Murphy responds to Bramnick’s request by extending MVC deadlines

TRENTON, N.J. – A plan put forward earlier this week by Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick to extend Motor Vehicle Commission deadlines for drivers was affirmed today by Gov. Phil Murphy. “I would like to thank Governor Murphy for extending the expiration date of driver’s licenses, vehicle registrations and...

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Cape May legislators call on MVC to modify operations in response to wait times

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – Following Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick’s press conference on the long lines at the Springfield motor vehicle agency, Cape May County legislators, Assemblymen Erik Simonsen and Antwan McClellan, are confirming similar issues in the southern portion of the state. “Two constituents have contacted...

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Bramnick pushes MVC to extend office hours and deadlines to accommodate drivers

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – From the Springfield motor vehicle agency, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick addressed the long lines awaiting drivers around the state. He called on Gov. Phil Murphy to accommodate drivers by increasing the hours at local agencies, opening satellite offices and extending the expiration date of current...

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Bramnick to MVC: Extend deadlines to accommodate drivers

WESTFIELD, N.J. – Responding to reports of five-hour lines at the Springfield motor vehicle agency, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is calling on the state Motor Vehicle Commission to extend the deadlines for drivers to renew their license. “The MVC cannot accommodate drivers so it needs to extend the deadlines...

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Peterson pushes amendment to protect integrity of voting system

TRENTON, N.J. – Ahead of the Assembly’s vote on the illegal immigrant driver’s license legislation (S3229/A4743), Assemblyman Erik Peterson (R-Hunterdon) proposed an amendment to prevent voter fraud opportunities. WATCH: Peterson pushes amendment to protect integrity of voting system  “The Motor Vehicle Administrator came before our committee and she testified...

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