Prince George\’s County wants to make sure delinquent ticket citations are legit.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Hearing-impaired Virginians can now take their knowledge- based driver’s license exam on an automated testing system using American sign language. The Department of Motor Vehicles says sign language was added to…
When Patricia Cronauer\’s license plate fell off her car last summer, she never imagined it would kick start a nightmare that one lawmaker calls \”a loop of insanity.\”
The D.C. City Council unanimously passed a bill Tuesday to change the way parking tickets are adjudicated and address several issues identified in the WTOP Ticketbuster series.
Walter Edwards spent 10 months in 2013 fighting red tape to get a ticket in the District of Columbia thrown out, only to open his mailbox to find a second bogus ticket assigned to him.
D.C. Council member Mary Cheh, who oversees all the key agencies involved in the ticketing process, will introduce a bill Tuesday called the Transportation Reorganization Act.
More than $10,000 the District of Columbia officials owe in refunds
to drivers who were wrongly ticketed throughout the past five years hasn\’t been
paid, according to documents obtained by ABC7 On Your Side.
Two jurisdictions have very different responses after a woman gets an erroneous ticket.
Last month, D.C. resident Tanya M. Topolewski expected to receive a refund check for $500. Instead, she got $300, along with a letter stating the rest was being withheld for a \”DMV offset\” — an unpaid ticket.
Most driving tests in D.C. scheduled between Sept. 24 and Oct. 11 are canceled, the District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles announced Tuesday.
A Maryland woman who received a parking ticket in Northwest D.C. on the same day she went to both a funeral in Mitchellville and the emergency room in Columbia says she was the victim of an erroneous ticket and won\’t drive in D.C. anymore.
With the WTOP Ticketbuster series chronicling stories
of drivers running into red tape at the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles,
District lawmakers have introduced a bill
to address the issues.
Christopher Daignault has been fighting for six months what he says is a bogus parking ticket on a car he doesn\’t own and a license plate he reported lost in September of 2010.
After fighting with the D.C. DMV for two years, a local man was finally able to convince the District they ticketed the wrong vehicle.
D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh — who has oversight of the DMV — wouldn\’t go into
specifics about John R. Stanton\’s case. But she did say the situation is convoluted.