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DMV fees to increase

Police departments across the state won't be able to access Department of Motor Vehicles or DMV...
Police departments across the state won't be able to access Department of Motor Vehicles or DMV photos unless they sign an agreement to not share that information with immigration law agencies.(WWNY)
Published: Jun. 30, 2020 at 7:56 PM EDT
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RALEIGH, N.C. (WITN) - You may be paying more at the DMV starting Wednesday, July 1.

The DMV has to adjust fees every four years based on the consumer price index, according to state law. There will be a 7.96 increase in fees for nearly 90 license and registration- related fees.

For example, there will be a 50 cent per year increase for a regular drivers license and the annual fee for regular private passenger registrations will go up from $36 to $38.75. Getting a learner’s permit and provisional licence will also increase by $1.50 overall and getting a duplicate license will go up by $1.

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