By now, everyone knows about the DMV’s annual license plate fee increase.
It’s up to $30 for a new plate, but that’s more than $100 for a sticker.
And it’s only $10 to get your renewal stamp on your vehicle.
This year, the fee increases by $10, or $1 per plate, to $85 for a standard plate or $100, depending on the plate.
But if you’re an avid sports fan, the DMV is offering some very sweet discounts this year too.
The DMV is accepting a new bumper plate renewal application and a renewal sticker application on a first-come, first-served basis through February 28.
In other words, if you want to renew your plate this year, you’ll need to make an appointment to renew in person at a DMV office before February 28, 2018.
And if you are renewing a bumper plate and want to change it to a different plate, you need to fill out a new application and submit it in person before February 29.
The new sticker application can be completed online, but you’ll also need to complete a new renewal application form.
If you want the sticker renewal to be for your existing license plate, it will take 30 days to be approved by DMV.
The sticker application will also be available for free at any DMV office, but the DMV will be selling it at $25 a piece.
This will allow you to take advantage of the $100 sticker price if you don’t want to take on the $85 renewal fee.
The $25 sticker price is a little high for a bumper sticker.
It costs about $30 per plate and is available for purchase at many DMV offices.
You’ll also have to pay $25 to get the sticker application and $10 for the renewal application.
If that doesn’t sound like much, the sticker price will only cost you $5, which means you’ll save $40 for a total of $75.
You can renew your sticker for as long as you want, but it’s best to renew as soon as you can.
So get your sticker application ready, because you’re about to pay a bit more than usual this year.
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