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Registrar Rachel Kaprielian, Registry of Motor Vehicles

In what we expect to be a three stage process to implement $75 million in proposed RMV fees, the cost of some internet and branch transactions changed on Friday, April 3, 2009.  You can view the new RMV fees on our web site here.

Among the changes being sought is a reasonable increase in passenger class D licenses and registrations that would mean the average driver would pay $6.50 more a year.

It costs more to do business in today’s world. These fee changes reflect the RMV’s continued effort to bring our customers beyond the branches to offer courteous and prompt service through cutting edge technology.

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