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Posted at 9:32 AM ET, 04/ 1/2010

Late fees pay off for Montgomery

By Washington Post editors

Montgomery County expects to make more than $1 million a year from drivers who don't pay their speed camera tickets on time, the Examiner reports.

The county had estimated it would make about $309,000 from late fees assessed to speed camera violators. Now it expects it will collect about $1.1 million in late fees.

Drivers who get a speed camera ticket are fined $40. If they fail to pay in 30 days, they are assessed a $25 late fee.

By Washington Post editors  | April 1, 2010; 9:32 AM ET
Categories:  Maryland, Traffic and Transportation  
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