Beginning August 1st, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission will require drivers with disabilities to get re-certified by a doctor every three years in order to get a handicapped placard and license plates for their car.
Two southern New Jersey men face numerous charges after one of them allegedly impersonated the other at a Motor Vehicle Commission office and tried to take a vision test so the other man could get a driver's license.
Officials say a system-wide computer problem disrupted service at New Jersey's 39 Motor Vehicle Commission offices for about three hours on Saturday morning But it's not yet known what caused the glitch.
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