Delaware will go after uncollected toll money

    If you’ve ditched a toll in Delaware, the Department of Transportation is coming after you. The state’s Division of Motor Vehicles says in- and out-of-state drivers owe almost $8 million for toll violations on Route 1 and Interstate 95.

     

    State officials say collections efforts will be stepped up and that the first round of notices has been issued. The worst 400 violators, as Mark Eichmann reports for WHYY, owe nearly $600,000 combined.

    In-state drivers will have a hold placed on their registrations, and out-of-state drivers will face collection agencies.

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