WLNS.com reports that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has signed a bill into law that will end Driver Responsibility Fees, effective this October.

Originally, the fees were supposed to be halted in October 2019. But, now that date has bumped earlier by one year. According to the report, the Michigan Department of Treasury will stop collecting any outstanding fees after September 30, 2018. This, in essence, will forgive any fees not paid for thousands of residents and drivers.

Additionally, people that have had their driver's license suspended for failure to pay Driver Responsibility Fees will be able to reinstate their licenses in a quicker fashion, with no reinstatement fees applied.

For full details on the new law, visit this link to WLNS.com.