Chicago Vehicle Stickers Expire Saturday

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

By Ngozi Agomo
|  Friday, Jun 29, 2012  |  Updated 2:07 PM CDT
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Chicago Vehicle Stickers Expire Saturday

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.
 

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