State DMV Supports Hurricane Sandy Recovery; Director Waives Requirements Which May Hinder Delivery of Supplies


Mary-Sarah Kinner
Communications Director
CARSON CITY, NV - October 30, 2012

At the Governor’s request, Bruce Breslow, Director of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, today signed a temporary order that waives any requirements under Nevada law relating to trip or fuel permits required for commercial vehicles operating in the State of Nevada and transporting food, clothing, supplies, utility company vehicles, tree service vehicles and other relief workers and equipment to the designated areas affected by Hurricane Sandy.

“This temporary waiver will help relief workers, equipment and supplies get to the North East Coast faster,” Governor Brian Sandoval said. “Our fellow countrymen who have been affected by this terrible storm need our help and this is one way to assist in the clean up and recovery efforts.”

The order, which can be found below, is effective until it is determined that an emergency no longer exists, or until November 30, 2012, whichever occurs first.

Governor Brian Sandoval, Nevada’s 30th Governor, focuses his administration on economic development, education and an open and responsible government. A member of the National Governors Association (NGA) and the Republican Governors Association, Sandoval is Vice-Chair of NGA’s Health and Homeland Security Committee and Chair-elect of the Education Commission of the States. For more information, visit


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