Alaska bill would hike municipalities' license plate costs


KENAI, Alaska (AP) — Part of a bill introduced in the Alaska Legislative session would increase the price municipalities pay for their license plates.

The bill, sponsored by a House committee, would remove an exemption for municipalities that currently has them paying $10 per vehicle. That price would increase to the standard rate of $100 per vehicle, the Peninsula Clarion reported Sunday.

The bill includes a number of other adjustments for the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles, including a $5 fee for driver knowledge tests, repealing permanent vehicle registration for vehicles that are a...

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