Denver Closes Loophole That Allowed Some To Avoid Vehicle Registration Fees
DENVER -- The CALL7 Investigators uncovered a loophole in car registrations that some Coloradans were exploiting because it was cheaper to pay the tickets than to pay for registration. That loophole is closing in Denver.
In April, the CALL7 Investigators found more than 200,000 tickets for expired tags written statewide in the last two and a half years. Nearly 15,000 vehicles received at least three tickets each.