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If I never register my car with thepermitstore.com, they won't know who owns the car and won’t be able to bill me for any tickets I receive, right?

April 16th, 2010 by Michael

Wrong. Of course we know who owns the car. University Police can identify cited vehicles through the Department of Motor Vehicles. Vehicles that park without a permit will be fined $100.00 per violation. Once the vehicle is identified it will be on the “boot” list and the citations will be submitted by thepermitstore.com to the PSU Bursar’s Office for billing. By then, fines will have doubled. Failure to obtain a permit won’t get you free parking. In fact, it will end up costing you much more in fines and you could end up unable to bring your vehicle to campus at all.

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ResNorth and ResSouth Upgrades Fall of 2014

September 22nd, 2014 by Amanda

Res North and Res South upgrades will be available on a first come first serve basis, starting at 8:30 am on Monday, Sept 29th, 2014. Res South availability is very limited.

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