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CDL Skills Test Modernization Pilot Testing

07 May 2019

Last week, AAMVA's Test Maintenance Subcommittee, IDEC Board members and jurisdiction volunteers gathered at the New Hampshire Department of Public Safety (NH DPS) to implement phase two of the CDL Skills Test System Modernization initiative.

Motor Vehicle Inspector Aviation Enforcement

25 April 2019

Vermont Motor Vehicle Inspectors were responsible for administration and enforcement of aeronautic laws. They also conducted post crash investigations when an airplane was involved. Motor Vehicle Inspectors would complete the paperwork needed to suspend the licenses of pilots who were convicted of driving while under the influence

Vermont Examiner of the Year

28 March 2019
Douglas Keleher Examiner in the Springfield office

Douglas Keleher Examiner in the Springfield office is the 2018 American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) International Driver Examiner Certification (IDEC) Examiner of the Year.

New license/ID will allow third gender option starting this summer

04 June 2019

“When an ID does not match the gender identity or expression of the holder, the person can be exposed to potentially uncomfortable situations,” said DMV Commissioner Wanda Minoli. “Thanks in large part to the hard work of Vermonters in the LGBTQ community, we saw an opportunity to allow a third gender option for increased safety and inclusion of al

New safety resource gives tips for safe recreational trail access control

01 March 2019

The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans), in partnership with the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife (F&W) announced today a new safety resource for the use of access control devices on recreational trails, such as gates, chains, ropes, wires, or fences, which are commonly used by both State and private landowners to control the flow of t

Changes to CDL Skills Testing

05 April 2019

As a result of updates through the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), there are some changes to the scoring criteria for the pre-trip, basic control skills and road testing for Commercial Drivers.

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