Is there a fine or can your car be impounded if driving with expired tags but registration and insurance is current in AZ?
Seems like your registration being current would have provided you with a tag to put on your license plate. You would probably get a ticket that would be rescinded if you obtain current license tags--fill out the correct form and bring in five dollars.
What happens if a 16 yr old licensed driver in ca is driving a car without renewed registration or insurance?
Is there a fine or can you car be impounded if driving with expired tags but registration is current?
If the registration card is current, and, it matches the tags on the car, you MAY get off with a warning but if not, the most you SHOULD receive is a ticket for 'displaying expired tags.' Unless something else is going on that is not disclosed in the question, (e.g.- the tags on the vehicle are NOT the tags assigned to it) they shouldn't be wanting to impound the vehicle .
Depending on the state laws in your state, you can receive a pricey ticket, have your drivers license revoked, have your car impounded, have your tag revoked, have your registration cancelled and these are just assuming you didn't get involved in an accident. If you were in an accident that's another long list.
If your car was loaned to someone and the person was arrested and the car was impounded Can you get the car back if you have the title?
Depending on the reason it was impounded makes a difference. I have has this experience before. They were busted for driving without insurance and my car was impounded. I had to get proof of insurace and go to the police station where it was impounded from show them my proof of insurance and then they handed me a release to get my car from impoundment. Then I had to take the release to the yard…
You can get your car impounded. Have to pay impound fees, plus hefty fines including court fees, depending on how far out your tags are. You could also be cited in some states for driving without insurance on top of all that. In Virginia, you get fine but car do not impounded if tag expired within 3 month. Get renew on tag before going to court (time limit must be within 3 month of tags…
Will driving with an expired registration increase your auto insurance premiums if both auto insurance and drivers license were current?
You can't be sure with all companies...but most would not increase your premium unless it is a moving violation. However, expired registration violation, parking ticket violations, and other non-moving violation may lead to license suspension. Now, that is a complete different story. Such suspension may cause your insurance company to non-renew your policy.
If the car registration is in your brother's name can you get insurance on the car if you are going to be driving it?
Driving with no auto insurance is considered one of the more serious offenses you can commit well driving a vehicle. With that in mind some common things that happen if you are found driving without insurance include having your driver's license suspended, having your vehicle registration suspended, receiving a traffic ticket, hefty fines, and that you file an SR-22.
well, i think that you don't need insurance to buy a car, but you need it to get the registration and the tag. Depending on what state you are in, if you pay cash you dont need insurance, although, insurance is the law. if you finance it the bank is going to require insurance before driving off the lot.
It depends on the laws where you live. In the UK a car can be impounded if it is not Taxed, has valid MOT and the DVLA are not informed that it is off the road. Police can also impound if a driver is caught in the vehicle on her Majesties highway without the correct licence, insurance and mot certificate or if they feel that its is not of a road worthy condition In most…
What is the penalty of driving with expired insurance but my car is still insured and it was just the card that is expired?
Does a parent have to carry auto insurance on a 20 year old daughter who is a full time student living out of state year round?
It depends on whether she is driving a car registered to you, or to her. If she's driving a car registered to you or to the both of you, then you are responsible for the insurance as well. If she's driving a car that is registered to her without your name on the registration, then legally you are not required to carry insurance on her, as she is already over the age of 18. In…