Crash Responder Safety Week Urges Motorists To Slow Down Approaching Traffic IncidentsIn an effort to protect first responders at accident scenes, Gov. Larry Hogan has declared Nov. 8 to 14 as Crash Responder Safety Week in Maryland.
MVA Reports Issues With Driver's License TransactionsIf you were planning on heading to the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration Wednesday for your REAL ID or other driver's license-related things, expect delays.
Nationwide Outage Knocks Out MVA's REAL ID Upgrade SystemA nationwide outage Monday stopped Marylanders from being able to upgrade to the new REAL ID for hours as the deadline to do so nears.
100+ Marylanders Have Chosen 'X' As Gender Option On IDs In Wake Of New State LawMore than 100 Marylanders have chosen to list their gender as "X" or unspecified on their drivers' licenses and ID cards after a new state law allowing them to do so went into effect a little more than a month ago.
New Driving Laws to Take Effect October 1A number of new road laws will be going into effect on Saturday, October 1. Among them, is the Drunk Driving Reduction Act of 2016, also known as Noah's Law.
Woman Says Driving Instructor Propositioned Her With Sex ActA Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration driving instructor has been charged after a woman said he offered her a passing grade for a sex act.
State Drops Parallel Parking Requirement From Driving TestNew drivers in Maryland will not have to worry about parallel parking as a requirement to pass a driving test.
Winter Driving Tips For BaltimoreEven though Baltimore is located south of the Mason-Dixon Line, its drivers are not exempted from dealing with hazardous winter driving conditions. With an annual seasonal average of more than 20 inches of snow, the area is subject to freezing rain, sleet and a combination of precipitation that present challenging and dangerous winter driving hazards.
MVA Worker Sentenced In Theft SchemeA former Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration worker was sentenced to six months in jail for conspiring to steal more than $87,000 from the agency's Frederick office.
Former Md. MVA Worker Guilty Of Theft ConspiracyA former Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration worker has been convicted of conspiring to steal more than $87,000 from the agency's Frederick office.
State Records Find Essex MVA Slowest In MarylandState records show customers spend more than 40 minutes on the average visit to the Essex location.