CHICAGO — If you go to sleep June 30 without getting a new city vehicle sticker, you could wake up the next morning with a $200 ticket slapped on your windshield.
And those tickets can continue every day until a new sticker is displayed, according to City Clerk Susana Mendoza's office.
The grace period that allowed Chicago drivers some leniency when it came to buying and displaying new city stickers has ended, meaning tardy drivers could feel the consequences in their wallets.
Drivers whose stickers expire June 30 still can avoid the $60 late fee if they buy a new sticker within 30 days starting July 1 — but now they can rack up hefty tickets in the meantime.
There are over 350 places in Chicago to buy a city sticker, as well as online.
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