Chicago drivers have an extra 24-hours to get a new city sticker, after major computer glitches and problems left people across the city waiting for hours Tuesday to buy a new vehicle sticker.
The deadline to purchase a new sticker was midnight Tuesday, but many currency exchanges say they started seeing big computer delays and crashes late in the afternoon and into the evening.
Some people say they waited in line for up to five hours, trying to buy the new sticker and avoid a $200 ticket.
City Clerk Susana Mendoza decided to push back the deadline 24 hours to Wednesday at 11:59 p.m.
The current stickers expired June 30th.