A New York Department of Transportation official says a ban on stretches and the power to seize plates will help DOT enforcement.
VIDEO: Industry association leaders Douglas Schwartz and Kevin Barwell promote the safe, legal use of chauffeured luxury vehicles.
Months of feuding between investigating agencies has ended with a court agreement, but evidence may have been lost.
Luxury transportation business owners are calling on state lawmakers to better enforce current laws, not outlaw limos.
Governor Cuomo's overhaul of laws would make tampering with the manufacturer's tag a felony.
One industry leader says operators are concerned about contradictory language in a package of proposed safety reforms.
No agency has explained what caused the vehicle to crash in the update New York countryside.
The action came as it was publicly revealed the operation involved in the fatal stretch crash had repeatedly skirted or violated rules.
Editorial/commentary: In the aftermath of the accident that killed 20 people, about the last thing one would have expected was a turf war.
A look back at the deadliest transportation accident in the U.S. in nine years, which remains unsolved.
Investigators are "gravely concerned" the district attorney's lack of response is impeding their ability to carry out their duties.
A recent investigation reveals a few rotten bad apples in the industry mix.
The Limousine Safety Modernization Act would require modified passenger vehicles to follow the same rules as others.
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