Mo. License and Registration Fees Could Increase
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri residents renewing their drivers’ licenses or registering motor vehicles could pay more under a bill awaiting the governor’s approval.
Current law allows local fee offices to charge $2.50 for licenses that expire in three years and $5 for a 10-year license. But a measure passed by lawmakers this month would double those charges.
The fee charged for annual vehicle registration would also increase to $5. For vehicles required to be registered every other year, the new fee would be $10.
The fee increases are part of a broader transportation measure awaiting a decision by Gov. Jay Nixon.
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