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Cook County repeals its wheel tax, following moves by some suburbs to end vehicle sticker fees

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Starting next June, about 50,000 drivers living in unincorporated Cook County will have one fewer tax to pay. The Cook County Board on Thursday voted to do away with its so-called wheel tax.

For most residents, it cost $80 or $100 a year, based on the size of the vehicle. Semis, tractors and buses paid anywhere from $100 to…

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