CDLs improperly awarded in New York

An audit in New York has revealed that the state DMV awarded commercial drivers licenses to drivers who were not qualified to have them.

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli stated Wednesday, Jan. 14, that test scoring errors and other oversights – which the Department of Motor Vehicles said it has already addressed – led to some improperly issued CDLs.

“We found 14 of 894 examinations were improperly graded,” DiNapoli stated in the audit summary. The oversight led to nine drivers improperly receiving CDLs and five improperly receiving hazardous materials endorsements.

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