HOBSONS Bay residents with outstanding fines must pay up before June to take advantage of the State Government’s four-month fee waiver scheme.
Since February 1 the State Government, and some local councils scrapped millions of dollars in court and warrant fees from unpaid fines, so as to encourage defaulters to pay up.
Speeding, running red lights, littering and fare evasion and parking fines have been the focus.
“From July 1 people with unpaid fines face wheel clamping, suspension of vehicle registration and licenses, and wage deductions,” said Attorney General Rob Hulls.
People who clear the debt in this period, up until 31 May, only have to pay the original fine and an administration fee.
Mr Hulls said almost 80,000 Victorians had come forward to pay up since the waiver was announced in January.

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