Not much in most places.
You can not drive it or park it on the street.
In some places to re-register it may require a safety inspection.
can you recertify if you let your certification to expire.
your mom happens.
Go ahead! You do not need a registration to sell the car, unless you are in a state where the registration and the title are one and the same thing (there may not be any of these states left).However, you DO need a registration and insurance to responsibly let a prospective buyer drive the car, or to legally take it to where you are completing the sale, unless you tow it.
You cant reactivate the prepayed phone because it had already expired, so you will have to get a new one:)
The group that lobbied to let the Federal Assault Weapons ban expire without renewal was the National Rife Association. President Bush let the ban expire.
Let it expire!
Yes, you can.
if that is the ONLY thing that you can't provide, and no serious circumstances are pending against you, the police officer can let it go or he can issue a citation in which you usually have 30 days to comply to provide registration and maybe will have to pay a small fine. In Florida the compliance penalties for most traffic infractions are mandated by the county.
Throw it away. If you want to let them know you no longer own the car, send back a letter to the address or call them.
No. Every vehicle must maintain constant full and legal registration. If you let the license sticker expire the vehicle must be parked and not driven. If you do this, the likliehood is that the license plate will also expire and next year you will have to re-register, and pay the fees, all over again just as if the vehicle were never registered.