Washington D.C. DMV rates going up for licenses, parking permits
WASHINGTON (AP) — It's the last day to pay lower fees for driver's licenses and other permits in the District of Columbia.
A variety of fees at the city's Department of Motor Vehicles increase on Saturday. Among the increases: residential parking permits for most people will go up from $15 to $25, and the fee to obtain a duplicate driver's license goes from $7 to $20.
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