BRADENTON, Fla. - With Florida's economy on the upswing, revenues rising, and an election year around the corner, Gov. Rick Scott wants to cut most of the motor vehicle taxes and fees that hiked during the downturn to support the state budget.

The fee reductions, valued at $400 million, will be part of Scott's recommended fiscal 2015 budget to be released in January, and will include lowering the average annual motor vehicle registration by about $25.

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