Chicago Vehicle Sticker Fines Start Monday

Procrastinators must pay a $60 late fee starting today

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    Driving around Chicago without a city vehicle sticker will cost residents more this year.

    The city is now handing out $60 late fees, on top of sticker prices, for not buying and displaying stickers on windshields. Get slapped with a $200 ticket if you’re caught without a sticker, according to the City Clerk’s website.

    The city drove up the late fee of $40 and ticket price of $120 from last year.

    The City Clerk’s office sold about 875,000 tickets. That’s an increase of 4 percent from last year, the Sun-Times reports.

    Drivers can head to one of the City Clerk’s offices, Dominick’s stores or currency exchanges across the city to buy vehicle stickers. Visit the clerk’s website to find a location.