HARRISBURG, Pa. - A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to bring back registration stickers for your car.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation stopped making them a requirement in 2016.
The year after the stickers stopped being required, PennDOT saw a $22 million drop in fees collected for vehicle registrations.
Lawmakers anticipated a loss when they made the move, but a lawmaker in Berks County said there's a bigger issue.
He claims many drivers stopped registering vehicles altogether because there's no way for PennDOT to identify a valid registration just by looking at your plate.
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