Driving will get more expensive next year in Pennsylvania

12.28.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Keystone State has some of the worst roads in America, mainly because there are so many roads in the commonwealth.

To keep up with managing the massive network of roads prices are going up in Pennsylvania.

Windshield registration stickers will increase from $1 to $7.

Registration and driver's license fees are also scheduled to spike in July.
But with gas taxes rising 8 cents a gallon and turnpike tolls going up 6% overall, Pennsylvania motorists are irked to say the least.

On top of that, most driver's insurance premiums are expected to go up next year in the Keystone State.