AAMVA

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AAMVAAmerican Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators
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"In the Agency's judgment, it would be premature to implement the States' query requirement before addressing the questions and concerns raised by AAMVA in its 2017 petition for reconsideration," FMCSA stated in its proposal.
An analysis of federal crash data by the AAMVA found that 7% of drivers suspended for reasons unrelated to driving ended up getting a moving violation later, compared with 34% of those suspended for driving-related reasons.
Technology company Santeon Group Inc (OTC.BB:SANT) has been awarded a contract by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) to perform an Agile IT transformation, Santeon announced on Wednesday.
The AAMVA Guidelines for Skill Testing refer to the use of vision in its critical skills category of "perceptual skills." McKnight, AAMVA, supra note 43, at 24.
(138) DHS indicated that it would be working with DOT, AAMVA, and the states to develop such recommended practices and preferred procedures.
Among other considerations cited by federal, state, and AAMVA officials, particularly important are design factors aimed at minimizing the burden on states, maintaining customer service at motor vehicle agencies, and mitigating unintended consequences.
To tackle that problem, the National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems (NAPHSIS) and AAMVA are partnering in a pilot project to apply a NAPHSIS system called EVVE--Electronic Verification of Vital Events--for use in vetting breeder documents.
Finding a solution might result in a positive revenue stream for the NAIC and the AAMVA, according to the project history, which says it also would benefit the insurance industry by providing a boost in premium revenue as the number of uninsured drivers is reduced.
The company has been the national testing laboratory for the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) since 1999 and has access to all the currently encoded driver license formats.
Through the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), in 2003 State motor vehicle administrators and their departments or divisions of motor vehicles (DMVs) initiated a pilot public awareness campaign for older drivers in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area.
The NICB indicates that there are possibly 50,000 cloned vehicles in the United States; however, AAMVA believes that, because VIN cloning is so difficult to detect, this number could represent just the tip of the iceberg.
"All you have to do is just get a little bit of information about someone from any one of these different agencies, and you would be amazed by how much trouble you can cause," says Jason King, a spokesman for the American Association of Motor Vehicles Administrators (AAMVA).