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You could have your license revoked for two years. You could also be fined and even go to jail as a result of this.

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Since the car wasn't in motion, expired insurance shouldn't be an issue (unless your state has a specific law dealing with this - but few do). No registration on the average will cost you $250. Your car was towed because it was parked illegally. You need to pay the ticket and the tow, or say goodbye to your vehicle.


The penalty for driving with an expired license in Tennessee is probably just a ticket and a small fine. If you go to court, the judge may waive any punishment since it was probably just overlooked.


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Could be a fine, or suspension of your driver's license. In Pennsylvania, they can suspend your car's registration, and/or tow the car away


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If a driver is caught with expired tags while driving in Kentucky the penalty is a $250. This is without court costs, which would be an additional $143 if they were also accessed.


I am not sure about California itself but of the states I do no about the penalty is always more than six months of insurance would have cost the person had they purchased the liability insurance.


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You will have to apply for a new registration.If the registration had lapsed you will also have to pay a penalty for not renewing.If you had applied for a planned non operation, there will be no penalty just get it registered again.


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