It appears that less and less people are cheating their way out of paying tolls at our Bay Area bridges thanks to the new temporary plates on the backs of cars.
Toll losses fell 75 percent in May.
For the past decade, the toll authority struggled to catch drivers who skip paying tolls because new cars had dealer plates instead of license plate numbers.
Authorities say they lost up to $11 million in revenue each year.
Now, interim paper plates have numbers printed on them. The DMV is still working out a few bugs, like making the fonts consistent so cameras at toll booths can read them better.
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