Can you register a car before the expiration date?
If your talking about the expiration of the current registration then yes. It should state on your renewal paper that if you register on time, an amount, if by mail an amount, and you do have to register it according to the birthday of persons name on paper. I thought you had until the end of that month but that is not true. For ex) if your b-day is January 15th, you must register it on or before that date, anything after that you are in violation of registration and if you get pulled over will get a ticket.
It is based off of the open date on the card.. Some companies use 4 years from the open date and same month.. eg: opened card 7/10... expiration date will be 7/14 .. some use 5 years same month.. and others will adjust the month usually by adding 2 months to every 4 years .. eg: opened car 01/10 .. expiration will be 3/14
Typically it is 5 years after manufacture, so from about the end of December 2006. ANSWER: When it comes to that stuff ( condom) I don't know anything about the expiration date. The question is why are you so interested in the date. If you found this in your boyfriend's car trunk, then he probably use it, or maybe not but it might have some kind of story behind that condom you found. A little…
The expiration date, or the day you cancel is the official end of insurance coverage. Period. The 30 day "grace" period is a myth. If you just let the policy expire by not paying the renewal premium, they will PROBABLY reinstate your coverage retroactive to the expiration date, but I would not rely on that. If you CANCELLED, that's the end of your coverage.
1. "NO" You can not register a vehicle that does not belong to you. 2. Although you can get liability insurance to drive the vehicle, you can not legally get full coverge on the car unless it belongs to you. You must have an insurable interest in the property before you can insure it. 3. All 50 US states require that you register an acquired vehicle within 30 days.