California DMV reminds motorists of new laws set to take effect in the new year


Last updated 12/31/2017 at Noon

SAN DIEGO – With the new year fast approaching, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is reminding motorists about new traffic laws taking effect in 2018.

Due to a change in the road maintenance and rehabilitation program, the cost of operating a vehicle in the state is set to rise. The program adds a fee to those registering their vehicles or renewing their registration. Fees range from $25 to $175 depending on the market value of the vehicle.

The widespread new laws address numerous issues.

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