You wish to leave a vehicle in your driveway that is in good shape but currently not being used. The Township sent you a letter to remove it saying it must be registered. Why should that you legal?
If you have a garage, place it there. If not, check with the township laws concerning this and whether it can be placed in the back yard or behind a fence. Depending on the strickness of the laws in your area, you may have to either register it, sell it or place it in storage.
You can park your vehicle on your property with no insurance. HOWEVER, in some cities you must have a current license plate on your vehicle for it to be parked in the driveway and to have a current plate, you are required to have insurance. The issue here is the driveway and what can be seen from the street. Unlicensed vehicles in a driveway could be viewed as a "junkyard", "car lot" etc
Yes you can, just by parking your vehicle at the end of the driveway where the strangers are unable to pull their vehicle onto your driveway. Yes, if you build a gate on the inside of your property line and clear of the public property "easement". Of course, that answer is dependant on the local regulations.
Can you have a vehicle registered in your name if you have your drivers license suspended in the state of New Hampshire?
It all depends on whether or no the driveway culvert is covered by a covered peril listed in your policy and that there is not an exclusion which would then exclude coverage. For example if your policy has the peril of "vehicle collision" in it, and a vehicle collided with the driveway culvert and caused the damage, it would be covered as long as there is not an exclusion saying it would not be covered…
If i parked my car in my driveway but its uninsured and unregistered can i get a ticket from the town?
If you have not paid your loan, your vehicle is repossessed. If your vehicle is parked illegally, such as in front of a driveway or in a no parking zone, it is impounded. In both cases, a police report should have been turned in to the local police department. With an impounded vehicle you generally have a parking ticket, a towing fee, and a storage fee. All three must be paid before you get your…
Regardless of wherever you're at in the United States, you are subject to the requirements of the state in which your vehicle is registered. If your vehicle is registered in a state requiring only one plate, that is all you need, regardless of where you go. Likewise, if your vehicle is registered in a state which requires two, you must display two plates, even if the state you're in doesn't require two plates for vehicles…
If you are at fault in a fender bender and your car is insured but not registered will there be a problem?
If the vehicle is not properly registered the insurance company is not liable. Unless at the time the "temporary tag" was valid. I used to work as an attorney for Liberty Mutual. In California, whether or not a car is currently registered is not relevant to the insurance coverage. The insurance company is still on the hook, even if the registration has expired at some point after the insurance company issued its policy.
Is it illegal to park opposite a dropped curb which then prevents access- what can be done to stop this from occurring?
Who is at fault when person backs out of driveway and hits oncoming vehicle some what left of the center of road?
the person backing out of the driveway of course. Any vehicle already on a roadway has right of way over one entering it in the absence of a traffic signal. Generally, the person backing out of the driveway must yield to ALL traffic but every place has it's own laws so I'd check with your local police to be sure.
Is there is any provition for defence personal not chnging his vehicle registration on retairment you are having a j and k registered vehicle is it necessary to reregister at kerala on your retairmen?
That depends on the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of the vehicle you're driving, or the Gross Combination Weight Rating of the truck and trailer you're operating, if operating a combination vehicle. Other factors come into play, as well, such as if it's a registered commercial vehicle or a registered farm vehicle.
Who is at fault when a person is backing out of a driveway and gets hit in the right rear when they are at a stop?
Pedestrians have the right of way. Unless you can prove he/she was grosely negligent or did it on purpose then you are at fault. If you are backing down on your private driveway and a neighbor who walks behind your car on your private driveway is hit and falls down who is at fault? The neighbor pedestrian has been drinking, unstable on his feet was standing in his driveway at his car then suddenly is…