MVC chief urges people to utilize online transactions, appointments

Motor Vehicle Commission's Chief Administrator Sue Fulton says staff members are working around-the-clock at full capacity

COVID-19 has driven New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission into such disarray that lawmakers have drafted bills to help drivers stay within the law, including drivers with expired licenses who can’t get appointments and fear getting stopped by the police and ticketed.

The Motor Vehicle Commission’s Chief Administrator Sue Fulton says one of the biggest problems the commission has is people showing up in person when most transactions can now be made online or by appointment. Fulton says MVC staff members are working around-the-clock at full capacity to help people. Correspondent Leah Mishkin reports.