D.C. DMV ticket amnesty program ends Friday
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The District Department of Motor Vehicles ticket amnesty program ends Friday, January 27.
The program allows drivers to pay outstanding tickets issued prior to January 1, 2010 without penalty. But once the program concludes, penalties will return to all parking, photo-enforcement and moving citations unless a payment plan has been set up.
D.C. officials say they collected nearly $400,000 in revenue in the first two weeks of the ticket amnesty program.
The ticket amnesty program started Aug. 1.
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