In Georgia, it is unlawful to drive a car that does not have a current and valid registration.
It is the driver's responsibility to ensure that the car being driven has a proper and valid registration, regardless of ownership.
The fact that the vehicle doesn't belong to the driver is inconsequential.
A driver who operate a vehicle without a valid registration, if found guilty, may end up with a misdemeanor on their record and possibly serve time in jail.
An experienced traffic ticket attorney may be able to convince the court to reduce the charge to something less severe, and possibly get the charge dismissed.
If you are facing charges of driving a vehicle with an expired registration/tag, you may contact the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense Attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation.
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