Fee increases at DMV will help budget

Along with a host of new taxes and other laws, changes at the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) went into effect Friday, July 1. Many fees were increased, and the Legislature passed several new laws aimed at streamlining services and making the DMV more efficient.

Most of the fees are going up only a few dollars. The fee to obtain a six-year drivers’ license was raised from $66 to $72 and a new penalty fee of $25 was added for failing to renew a drivers’ license or a commercial drivers’ license. The fee for a two-year registration of a passenger vehicle rose from $75 to $80.

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