Customers can now order a duplicate non-commercial driver’s license or photo identification card online if theirs is lost or stolen.
PennDOT customers will be able to contribute up to $3 to the Veterans Trust Fund when renewing their vehicle registration, driver’s license or photo ID card, when requesting a new or duplicate driver’s license or photo ID card or when applying for a learner’s permit.
A newly designed prisoner of war registration plate is now available through PennDOT.
The “Honoring Our Veterans” license plate, will be issued to applicants for $35. Of that fee, $15 goes to the Pennsylvania Veterans Trust Fund which provides funding for various grants and programs.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) published a new driver licensing form: Form DL-901. The new form combines four forms that are used for learners’ permits, photo ID cards and non-commercial drivers’ licenses.
Gov. Corbett has signed Act 81, a new law that institutes changes to the Vehicle Code involving graduated driver licensing requirements, passenger restrictions for junior drivers and passenger restraint laws. The law will take effect on Dec. 24, 2011.
Attention Pennsylvania motor vehicle agents: If you have any CDL manuals that were ordered between January 2011 and May 2011, please check them for missing and duplicate pages.
The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) has issued an update to some passenger car values in the April 2011 edition of the NADA Official Used Car Guide.
Vehicle dealers are now required to alert consumers when their credit scores affect the terms of their purchases.
PennDOT has increased the cost of the photograph for driver’s licenses and identification cards. Effective immediately, the four-year photo fee will increase by $1.50, from $7 to $8.50, an increase of 37.5 cents per year.