Year: 2017

Where in AZ??

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Hawaii DMV – Weekend closure scheduled in January for the Kipapa Stream (Roosevelt) Bridge Rehabilitation project

Weekend closure scheduled in January for the Kipapa Stream (Roosevelt) Bridge Rehabilitation project by patricia HONOLULU – The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) Highways Division, alerts Oahu motorists that Kamehameha Highway will be closed in both directions between Ka Uka Boulevard and Lanikuhana Avenue from Friday night, Jan. 12, 2018 at 9 p.m. continuously through …

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North Carolina DMV – Fees for DMV Hearings to Begin in January; State-Mandated Charges Now Required

Fees for DMV Hearings to Begin in January; State-Mandated Charges Now Required by The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles will start collecting the state-mandated fees for administrative hearings beginning Jan. 1. This legislation affects 19 administrative hearing types that review the revocation or suspension of vehicle license plates and licenses for drivers, inspection stations, …

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Just Buzzed

Plan ahead for New Year’s Eve revelry

By Doug Pacey / ADOT Communications There’s never a good time to drink and drive. But playing the I-just-had-two-drinks-and-I’m-OK-to-make-home-game during a festive holiday like New Year’s Eve is plain stupid. State, county and local law enforcement agencies will be out in force looking for impaired drivers and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is supporting DUI …

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Episode 20, 2017 year-end observations, goodbye to 21 cars

Episode 20, 2017 year-end observations, goodbye to 21 cars by Weekly Driver News Service Every year, cars come and go. In 2018, nearly two dozen vehicles available in 2017 won’t be available as new models. Some of the cars, like the Chevrolet Spark, have been failing for years. Some of the other departing vehicles, like …

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