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DownDaRiver: $65-70,000 a year. A nice chunk of change to be sure. But in the overall budget, its just change.How about getting rid of a few fat suits with shiny shoes that probably drive free vehicles and don't pay tolls themselves.That would more than double in making up for the lost revenue.
fusillade762: plates that are framed or covered in plasticDidn't Mythbusters bust that one?
AverageAmericanGuy: Can't the police just pull people over who have dirty plates? It seems like you could just pass a law that made dirty plates illegal and rake in the revenue you'd otherwise lose to traffic cameras.
OldJames: It should be noted, that $48,763 of the lost revenue figure, is the cost of finding out what the lost revenue is.
Tommy Moo: Don't worry about the rfid thing; It's just an anchor. Float that possibility, and then when you "only" go with the plan to force all plates to have a barcode, it will seem less invasive.