Bill could let drivers go 30 days before getting new license plate sticker
The Secretary of State has some good news for those who wait to buy a new license plate sticker until last minute.
Soon drivers may be able to use a receipt from the Secretary of State as proof for 30 days.
Senate Bill 2802 would allow motorists to drive without an up-to-date vehicle renewal sticker affixed to their license plate provided they have a receipt from the Secretary of State that proves they purchased a sticker online before expiration, but have not yet received the registration sticker. The receipt is valid for no more than 30 days from the expiration of the previous registration's sticker's date.
The bill now goes to the House of Representatives for consideration.
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