Plan would allow sale of DMV records

Two state Republican lawmakers are fighting a plan to expand the sale of driving records. The lawmakers say the Department of Motor Vehicles already sells

The plan would allow the Department of Motor Vehicles to sell the records to various businesses.

The plan would allow the Department of Motor Vehicles to sell the records to various businesses. (1/27/14)

HARTFORD - Two state Republican lawmakers are fighting a plan to expand the sale of driving records.

The lawmakers say the Department of Motor Vehicles already sells more than a million drivers' records each year to insurance companies, at $15 each. 

The new plan would allow the DMV to market the records to other businesses for a $100 a year.

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