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South Dakota to Raise Commercial Driver's License Fees

June 09, 2009

SIOUX FALLS, SD – Effective July 1, the cost for a commercial license in South Dakota will jump from $15 to $25, reported KSFY News.

The fee changes were passed by the legislature earlier this year, according to KSFY.

The new fee for a personal license or ID card will be $20, up from the current price of $8.

 

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