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LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Drivers across the state are scrambling after the DMV admitted it was late in sending out vehicle registration notices.

Many people who did not get the usual 60-day advance notice will soon be driving with expired tags.

However, because Californians have will have less time to get money in order and get smog tests completed, the DMV is giving drivers an extra 30 days to pay.

New registration tags will not be issued until fees are paid, but police have been notified by the DMV to give drivers with expired tags a break.


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