No more Covid-19 excuses for getting your car inspected and your registration renewed: Boston says it will begin ticketing vehicles past their freshness date starting March 1.
The city will also begin street sweeping on March 1 in the North End and the South End and on Beacon Hill , which means cars parked where they shouldn't be could be towed. Street sweeping in the rest of the city will start April 1.
The city had eased its registration and sweeping restrictions last spring due to Covid-19.
Failure to move a vehicle during posted street sweeping hours results in a $40 fine; the fine is $90 in Charlestown, and $90 for overnight street sweeping. An expired inspection sticker or vehicle registration will result in a $40 fine.
Guide to Boston ticket fines.