Starting Wednesday, Coloradans will pay more to register their vehicles.
In February, Governor Bill Ritter signed the Faster Transportation Bill into law. The bill raises car registration fees over the next three years. It is expected to generate at least $250,000 a year over the next three years.
Drivers will pay an extra $32 this year to register their cars and trucks, $36.50 next year, and $41 in the third year of the program.
Ritter says the money will go to help strenghthen more than 100 unsafe bridges and roads.
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