The costs of vehicle-related documents in Pennsylvania will increase in price, beginning Tuesday (April 1) in the first wave of fee changes brought about by the state’s $2.4 billion transportation funding law.
The fees for title certificates, for duplicate drivers licenses and photo I-D cards, and for documents regarding title security interest and vehicle and driver information will all be rising.
Other fee changes will be phased in. For instance, the cost for a vanity license plate will increase from $20 to $76 in July, and drivers license and vehicle registration fees will climb next year.
The new fees, along with a hike in liquid fuels charges, will fund Pennsylvania infrastructure and mass transit projects.