Chicago Vehicle Stickers Expire Saturday

Hundreds lined up Friday at City Hall to replace their vehicle sticker

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    Chicagoans waited in long lines waiting to get into the City Clerk's office to replace their vehicle stickers.

    Haven't purchased your Chicago city sticker? 

    Now is the time -- current city stickers expire Saturday.

    Though there's a two-week grace period before ticketing begins for expired stickers, motorists who don't purchase or display the new sticker before July 15 face a $60 late fee or $200 ticket.

    City Clerk Susana Mendoza on Friday helped hundreds of motorists purchase a new sticker at City Hall. This is traditionally is the busiest day for last-minute sticker sales in Chicago.