You are required by law to maintain a current registration on your vehicle, and if your vehicle's registration is not current, it is a violation of the law for you to operate this vehicle on a street or highway.
If you are stopped while driving a vehicle with an expired registration, you will be given a traffic ticket. It is possible that your car will be impounded, and you will have to deal with the consequences of a vehicle impoundment. If a vehicle is impounded and inventory will be made of all of its contents. If contraband material or weapons are found inside the vehicle, the driver will also have to deal with the consequences of this in court.
Do not drive a vehicle with an expired registration. Doing so may be costly.
If you have been charged with operating a motor vehicle without a current registration, contact the traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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