Driver’s License, Registration Fees, Fines Would Rise Under State Senate Plan

Senate Transportation Committee Chairman John Rafferty, R-Montgomery, released a transportation funding plan on Tuesday.  Here are some details of how approximately $2.5 billion would be raised from tax, fee and fine increases and spent once the plan is fully phased in:

FEES

— Imposes $50.50 licensing fee for six years, instead of a $29.50 fee for four years

— Imposes $104 registration fee for two years, instead of a $36 fee annually

Read more:  http://www.timesleader.com/news/news/439181/Drivers-license-registration-fees-fines-would-rise-under-state-Senate-plan

One comment on “Driver’s License, Registration Fees, Fines Would Rise Under State Senate Plan

  1. Here we go again!
    The state needs money for “road work,etc.” What happened to the money that they raised last time the state increased fees for transportation costs?
    Not road work.
    The roads around here in southwest Pa SUCK!
    If they want registration fee of $104.00,they better make it for more than 2 years.
    I have a 2010 GMC Seirra that the state screws me out of $81.00 a year.My 2003 Dodge minivan is $36.00.
    Anytime government wants to increase fees for something,how often do they use that money for what is intended for.
    I say NO MORE INCREASED FEES!
    Time to vote these greedy bastards out,once and for all!
    Come on Pennsylvania, get mad as hell and get rid of these low lifes.
    Where are the Demo-rats or Republicans.

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