MCCLELLANDTOWN – Rep. Charity Grimm Krupa (R-Fayette) invites residents of the 51st Legislative District to join her on Saturday, April 22, to replace damaged or faded license plates for free.
Fayette County Sheriff James Custer and his office will be teaming up with Grimm Krupa for this event. It will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the McClellandtown district office, located at 870 McClellandtown Road, Suite 5.
“Fayette County drivers put tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of miles on our vehicles, and sometimes our plates can lose their luster,” said Grimm Krupa. “Unreadable plates can result in hefty fines. Replace those old tags at my event for free and make sure that money stays in your pocket where it belongs.”
Drivers need to bring their driver’s license and vehicle registration card to the event. Once PennDOT processes the paperwork, they’ll receive a new plate at no cost. This only applies to standard Pennsylvania license plates. Special organization tags like Wildlife Resources and university plates are not replaced for free.
Please call my district office at 724-438-6100 or visit RepGrimmKrupa.com
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Representative Charity Grimm Krupa
Pennsylvania House of Representatives