What you need to know about the fee increase for Washington state license plates

The increased fees will help fund Washington state’s nearly $17 billion transportation package “Move Ahead Washington” which was signed into law earlier this year.

SEATTLE — Beginning Friday, July 1, fees will increase for Washington state license plates to help fund the state’s nearly $17 billion transportation package “Move Ahead Washington” which was signed into law earlier this year.

Here’s what you need to know about the increased fees.

License plate fees

Original plate: Increases from $10 to $50Replacement plate: Increases from $10 to $30Original motorcycle plate: Increases from $4 to $20Replacement motorcycle plate: Increases from $4 to $12

Some

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