No More Registration Stickers on Pennsylvania Cars in 2017

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Pennsylvanians will have a change to vehicle registration starting in the new year.

Act 89 goes into effect on Sunday — eliminating vehicle registration stickers.

This law was passed back in 2013 but wasn’t set to begin until January 1, 2017.

Drivers still have to get a yearly inspection, but you won’t get a sticker anymore.

PennDOT says this change could save taxpayers three million dollars a year by not printing the stickers.

They say in lieu of stickers they will use cameras to detect expired registration, insurance, arrest warrants and more.

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