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A new State law will require all non-Massachusetts students who own automobiles at the University to register with the Registry of Motor Vehicles every year.
The law, which goes into effect next September, carries a $50 fine for failure to comply. There is no charge for registration.
A registration form will be filed in the city where the student attends school and with the Registrar of Motor Vehicles. The University will make forms available the beginning of the Fall Term, most probably during registration.
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