Going to the DMV may just get a little more expensive after officials for the Rhode Island DMV have pitched a plan to the governor where they charge a $15 fee just for walking in the door. The agency wants to add the fee on for anyone who shows up to do something they could've done in the mail, like a license or registration renewal. People wouldn't be charged for services that actually do require showing up in person. They're estimating it would bring in about $1 million in new revenue a year. There's no word on whether the governor is going to approve the plan or if other states' DMVs have heard about this and thought about following suit.
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