Glitch kept bad Md. drivers on the road
Dozens of Maryland drivers who had racked up enough penalty points to lose their licenses apparently got some extra time behind the wheel thanks to a software glitch at the Motor Vehicle Administration, according to state auditors, The Baltimore Sun reports.
The audit, made public last week, found that over a six-month period ending in May 2009, MVA officials were not aware that at least 139 drivers had accumulated 12 points — enough to have a license revoked — but were still being allowed to drive.
Read more about the computer glitch in The Baltimore Sun.
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| October 26, 2010; 10:35 AM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Maryland, Traffic and Transportation
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