Driving with expired registration in Georgia
Today, February 2, 2017, I received three calls from prospective clients all charged with, operating a vehicle with expired registration.

It is unlawful in the state of Georgia to operate a motor vehicle on any road or highway without the vehicle being properly registered.

The penalty for operating and unregistered vehicle can be a misdemeanor for which you may go to jail. The fine for operating an unregistered vehicle can be from hundreds to thousands of dollars.

Clients tell me many reasons why their vehicle was unregistered. The most common reason is the lack of funds to pay for the registration.

If you are stopped with an unregistered car, the cost of the registration will seems minor compared to the cost of dealing with the traffic ticket.

Don't let your registration expire. Pay for it and register your car as soon as possible.

This information is provided by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.

If you have been stopped and ticketed for expired registration or any other traffic ticket matter, you may call attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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