MVA establishes hot line to catch license...

Arundel Digest

September 19, 1999

MVA establishes hot line to catch license violators

Maryland residents can assist the Motor Vehicle Administration in its efforts to locate vehicles whose owners have been avoiding Maryland taxes. If citizens notice a vehicle with out-of-state license plates that has been parking in the same residential complex or area for more than 30 days, they are asked to call the hot line number.

Maryland law requires that all residents have their vehicles registered in Maryland within 30 days of moving to the state. Those calling the hot line will be asked to provide the vehicle's license plate number, address where the vehicle has been spotted and the owner of the vehicle, if known.

Callers can also request that they be notified of the outcome. The hot line is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week: 1-877-BAD-TAGS.

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