D.C. Ticket Amnesty Nets $400K in Two Weeks

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    Ronald Hudson

    The D.C. DMV collected almost $400,000 in the first two weeks of its ticket amnesty program.

    Drivers who haven’t paid tickets issued before Jan. 1, 2010, can do so until Jan. 27 without being required to pay the late fees.

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    Drivers can use an online form to ask the DMV to research the tickets until Sept. 9.

    The city hopes to collect $6.3 million.

    You can pay at the DMV's site here, by phone at 866-893-5023 or in person at 301 C St. NW, but the DMV warns of long lines.