MVA Hopes To Save Half A Million Dollars

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BALTIMORE (AP) — Even if you’re driving a gas guzzler, Maryland’s Motor Vehicle Administration has a way for you to be a little more green when renewing your vehicle registration.

The MVA says motorists can opt to receive registration renewal notices by email instead of paper mail.

The agency says it sends out nearly two million paper notices each year. If half of those are sent by email, the MVA says it could save more than $450,000 and keep all of that paper out of landfills.

Motorists can register online or at any MVA office statewide.

MVA — http://www.mva.maryland.gov

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