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New Law Will Suspend Vehicle Registration Of Those With Certain PA Tolls & Fees

Credit: PA Internet News Service

A new law will suspend the vehicle registration of any Pennsylvania motorist who has any outstanding tolls and fees totaling $500 or more or if a driver has six or more separate instances of violation.

Before the law takes effect on Friday, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is running a partial amnesty program. Any toll violations that are newer than 60 days can be settled by paying in full the outstanding toll amount, all other fees, according to a recent release, will be forgiven. Toll violations older than 60 days that have been referred to collections may be settled by paying in full the outstanding toll amount and a portion of the outstanding fees.

To take advantage of the amnesty program, call 1-877-PENNPASS (1-877-736-6727). If you think you may be a violator, click here, you will need your license plate number to complete the look up.

Those with violations are encouraged to settle all tolls and fees before Friday to ensure their registration remains in good standing. In current situations, a payment plan may be available. If you do not settle your violations, your registration will be suspended and you will owe all outstanding tolls and fees to the PA Turnpike and an additional $91 fee to PennDOT for registration reinstatement.

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Amanda Burg

Amanda Burg, born and raised in Levittown, has covered news in her hometown since the start of Levittown Now, back in 2013. Amanda previously served as a contributor for The Bucks County Courier Times and as an award-winning editor for The Playwickian, the student newspaper of Neshaminy High School. Email: