Officials might suspend vehicle registrations for chronic toll cheats on the Atlantic City

The South Jersey Transportation Authority on Tuesday rescheduled a vote to rework the wording of the pilot program.

Authority spokesman Kevin Rehmann tells The Press of Atlantic City the plan calls for the agency to give
the Motor Vehicle Commission the names of about 90 motorists who owe at least $200 in tolls and fines.

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority in March launched a similar program against toll cheats on the turnpike and Garden State Parkway.

Rehmann says the crackdown would only apply to motorists with New Jersey registrations. Motorists from other states would not be penalized.
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