|Friday, May 22, 2015|
|DMV Thanks Veterans for their Service and Reminds Them of Benefits Available|
| ||DMV in observance of Memorial Day is reminding veterans they can apply to have their status marked on a Connecticut Driver’s License or state-issued ID. The DMV and AAA offices will issue drivers’ licenses and ID cards that will include the symbol of an American Flag to identify veteran status.|
|Friday, May 22, 2015|
|DMV Warns About the Dangers, Penalties of Drinking and Driving and Underage Drinking|
| ||DMV is reminding motorists as warm weather holiday travel starts and parties are planned that drinking and driving is illegal for all ages, and underage drinking can lead to many tragic consequences and also a suspension of a driver’s license when convicted for possession of alcohol.
|Wednesday, May 20, 2015|
|GOV. MALLOY, STATE OFFICIALS URGE CONNECTICUT RESIDENTS TO CHECK VEHICLES FOR POSSIBLE AIRBAG RECALL|
| ||Governor Dannel P. Malloy, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) are urging residents to seek information regarding the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s recall – affecting nearly 34 million vehicles made by at least 11 companies – because of Takata-made airbags.
|Thursday, May 07, 2015|
|Teen Driver, Passenger Fatalities at Historic Lows, According to New DMV Report|
| ||DMV released its 2014 Teen Safe Driving Report showing for the first time in more than a decade no 16 or 17-year-old passengers died in a crash of a vehicle driven by another 16- or 17-year-old driver. May is National Youth Traffic Safety Month.
|Tuesday, April 21, 2015|
|DMV, Law Enforcement Issue Reminder About Parking Spaces for Disabled People|
| ||DMV and Connecticut law enforcement would like to remind motorists that handicapped parking spaces are only for those with disabilities qualifying them for the handicapped parking placard.|
|Thursday, April 09, 2015|
|Teens From Around the State Honored in DMV-Travelers 7th Annual Teen Safe Driving Contest Ceremony|
| ||Congratulations to all the Connecticut high school students who participated.|
|Saturday, December 06, 2014|
|DMV Step-By-Step Process for Obtaining a Drive Only License|
| ||The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is now offering an appointment-only system for undocumented individuals who would like to take the knowledge test that is the first step leading to a Drive Only license. Here is a presentation of the step-by-step process individuals must follow to obtain this Drive Only license. This presentation can be useful to individuals seeking information as well as community organizers who want training to help with explanations in group settings.