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District DMV to Increase Fees on Select Transactions

Monday, September 19, 2011
New Fees to Take Effect on October 1

Revised

(Washington, DC) Effective October 1, 2011, the District Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will increase fees on select drivers License and Vehicle Registration services. The cost to obtain a Residential Parking Permit (RPP) will have two fee categories. For a senior, defined as over the age of 65, who is the primary vehicle owner, the RPP will increase to $25. For all other registered drivers, the RPP fee will increase to $35.

The fee increases, listed below, were part of the FY12 budget gap closing package.

Transaction Current Fee New fee
Duplicate Drivers License $7 $20
Duplicate Learner’s Permit $7 $20
Temporary DL and ID card $7 $20
Change of Address $7 $20
Duplicate Registration Card $7 $20
Reciprocity Sticker
(Presidential Appointees, Members of Congress, Military, Diplomats)
$10 $50
Residential Parking Permit $15 $35
Residential Parking Permit (Seniors)  $15 $25

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