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New York State Department of Motor Vehicles
Department of Motor Vehicles
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles
Department overview
JurisdictionNew York
Headquarters6 Empire State Plaza,
Albany, New York
Department executives
  • Theresa L. Egan, Executive Deputy Commissioner
Key document
Websitedmv.ny.gov

The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (NYSDMV or DMV) is the department of the New York state government[1] responsible for vehicle registration, vehicle inspections, driver's licenses, and photo ID cards, and adjudicating traffic violations. Its regulations are compiled in title 15 of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations.

Administrative courts

The Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) is an administrative court that adjudicates non-criminal traffic violations (other than parking violations) in New York City.[2]

Division of Field Investigations

The Division of Field Investigations (DFI) is the criminal investigations arm of the DMV. Its investigators/law enforcement officers combat auto theft, identity theft, and fraudulent document related crimes in New York. These investigators are armed New York State peace officers with state wide authority to enforce laws and handle investigations. Motor Vehicle Investigators also perform fraud detection, investigate auto theft rings. Motor Vehicle Investigator's perform a variety of criminal investigations, field inspections, inventories of seized properties, odometer fraud, identity verification, fraudulent document detection, vehicle theft examinations.

Registration

The New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law gives DMV the authority to suspend registrations for habitual and persistent violations of the law.[3] In 2015-2016, the DMV enacted regulations allowing the suspensions of registration for people who fail to pay 5 road charge fines (toll violations) within 18 months.[3][4]

List of commissioners

  • Charles A. Harnett 1924 - 1938

*John Splain after period as Commissioner of Purchase for the City of New York, NY - 1943? In 1943 Thomas Dewey was Governor of NY, a Republican. John Splain was likely in the administration of only Democratic New York Governors. Those Governors are likely to have been either: Gov. Herbert H, Lehman,(1833-1942) or, Gov. Charles Poletti (Dec. 1942), or Gov. W. Averell Harriman, (1955-1958). If someone knows please edit for accuracy. {I believe this year is incorrect as John Splain was a lifelong dedicated Democrat who was active in NYC & NYS Democrat elections and known as a fantastic orator for the Democratic Party and associated causes.} The preceding edit is per his eldest granddaughter's oral history as heard and written here by his eldest great-grandaughter.

Vacant 2014 - present

See also

References

  1. ^ Vehicle and Traffic Law § 200. "1. There shall be in the state government a department of motor vehicles. The head of the department shall be the commissioner of motor vehicles [...]"
  2. ^ "Traffic Violations Bureau". New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ a b Mikulak, Robert (17 November 2015). "Repeat Toll Violators Will Have Registrations Suspended, Says State". Daily Voice.
  4. ^ 15 NYCRR 127.14. "Hearings for Persons Who Persistently Evade the Payment of Tolls", New York State Register, Vol. XXXVII, Issue 46 (November 18, 2015), rulemaking ID No. MTV-46-15-00003-P; Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3 (January 20, 2016), rulemaking ID No. MTV-46-15-00003-A.
  5. ^ Hinds, Kate (31 December 2014). "NY State DMV Commissioner Resigns". WNYC.

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