CHP Asks California Drivers to Report CHEATERS

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California Highway Patrol officers are asking for the public’s help in cracking down on California drivers with out-of-state license plates.

CHP officers estimate that the state may be losing millions of dollars a year in revenue from California residents who are registering their cars in other states.

Vehicle registration fees are due to the state upon accepting employment or establishing residency in the State of California, according to the CHP’s website.

A program known as ‘CHEATERS’ uses a webpage where people can anonymously report those suspected of trying to avoid paying registration fees.

To report someone suspected of not paying their California registration fees, click here for CHP’s ‘CHEATERS’ website.

Collin Poseley contributed to this report

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