Louisiana Driver's lIcense

Bobby Jindal rejects LA’s Real ID Law

The governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal, has vetoed the REAL ID bill passed in Louisiana.

A couple of months ago, the Louisiana legislature adopted the REAL ID bill to ensure Louisiana’s driver’s licenses complied with federal regulation.  By 2016, these new REAL ID compliant driver’s licenses will be required for anyone who wants to enter federally-owned premises or board  a plane.

Governor Jindal stated that Louisiana had at least 18 months before they had to comply with the REAL ID regulation.  In the short-term, he did not want to expose local residents to “unnecessary federal oversight” by offering REAL ID compliant driver’s licenses.

Although Louisiana has chosen not to pursue REAL ID compliant driver’s licenses, our software is still able to read them.  Our desktop, tablet, and mobile software solutions can read any type of ID including military and hunting/fishing licenses from the US or Canada.

If you’re interested to learn more, please contact us.

DUI-Checkpoint

DUI Checkpoints This Friday

The Corona Police Department will be conducting DUI checkpoints this Friday at an undisclosed location.  The checkpoints will occur from 9pm to 3am.

According to local police officers, these sobriety checkpoints will be conducted more routinely to help prevent alcohol or drug involved crashes.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), checkpoints have been provided the most effective means of DUI enforcement.  The checkpoints have been proven to reduce the number of people killed and injured in crashes by 20%.

DUI checkpoints have also received extensive support by California drivers.  About 90% approve of these checkpoints.  The DUI checkpoints will specifically target locations that have high collision statistics and DUI arrests.

To read more, please visit the Inner Circle Corona Website.