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Driving In Massachusetts Just Became More Expensive For Everyone

Jul 01, 2014 11:35AM ● Published by Bill Gilman

Facing a $53 million budget shortfall, the state Department of Transportation has implemented a major increase to Registry of Motor Vehicles fees.
As of today (July 1) motor vehicle inspections will jump from $29 to $35. Non-commercial registration fees jump from $50 to $60. The road test fee, paid when getting your driver's license, increases from $20 to $35.
According to the DOT, the fees for commercial vehicles will remain the same.

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