Tag: department of motor vehicles

Travis Kalanick (Mahesh Kumar A. / Associated Press)

More Uber Turmoil as Company President Resigns

Trouble continues at Travis Kalanick’s Uber. Jeff Jones, who joined the ride-sharing company as its president just seven months ago, took the company’s swirling turmoil over allegations of sexual harassment, illegal activities and theft into overdrive by quitting and stating publicly that his “beliefs and approach to leadership” are inconsistent with Uber’s management.

Tesla being towed to dealer.

Tesla Crashes in Consumer Reports–and at DMV

Tesla stock plunged -10 percent on Tuesday in a double whammy of bad news as Consumer Reports pulled its “best car ever” designation, and the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) said the company is illegally “bird dogging” to hype sales.

US Supreme Court Hearing Texas Case Involving State Rejection of Confederate License Plates

The United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Monday, March 23rd, in a case deciding whether the State of Texas acted unconstitutionally in disallowing the sale of a license plate displaying the Confederate Flag. The Texas Chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) argue that the free speech rights of their members have been violated by the rejection of their 2009 application for the license plate. The license plate bears the Confederate flag and the words “Sons of Confederate Veterans 1896.”

Exclusive: California DMV Ordered to Overlook Identity Theft by Illegals

Illegal immigrants are getting a free pass on identity theft and perjury felonies they committed in the past due to specific written instructions from the chief of the Investigative Division of California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that essentially directs law enforcement to turn a blind eye when they discover that illegal immigrants have been using illegally obtained IDs.