Tennessee considering waiving vehicle registration fees for a year

A bill that would waive Tennessee’s license plate registration fees for a full year could save Tennessee drivers $121.6 million based on legislative estimates.

Senate Bill 2491 was amended to include the fee waiver before being approved by the Senate Transportation and Safety Committee earlier this month. It has been assigned to the Senate Finance, Ways and Means Committee.

The bill would waive license plate registration fees from July 1 through June 30, 2023. The Tennessee General Assembly Fiscal Review Committee estimated a $121.6 million effect on state revenue.

DAWG SAYS: WHERE I LIVE IN NEVADA, AND OTHER PLACES LIKE CALIFORNIA,NOT PAYING REGISTRATIONS WOULD PAY FOR A LOT OF GAS.


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