In this state you can not simply get a registration for your deceased father's car! It is not that simple. If your father owned the car outright, it is first necessary to fill out paperwork to have the title transferred. In this state that is done through the Department of Motor Vehicles.
One procedure is followed if the estate is being probated, a different procedure is followed if the estate is not being probated, that is if basically all he owned was the car and the clothes on his back.
Each state has its own rules.
If you mean this in car/vehicle terms then I'm sure its the registration plate.....Vehicle Registration Mark
Look at the vehicle Title Registration
All physical copies of car registrations list an individual's address upon sale of vehicle. It is also possible to find anyone's address by car registration at the local Department of Motor Vehicle for the state the car has vehicle plates.
It is a good idea to get your car registration renewed, it is against the law in most states to drive a vehicle with an expired registration, you are likely to get a ticket if caught on the road.
A car registration keeps up with who owns a car. When a vehicle is stolen, in an accident, or in a traffic stop, officials can make sure that the person operating the vehicle has permission to do so.
Registration is required during the sale of a vehicle and transfer of its ownership. Vehicle Registration involves the recording of a motor vehicle in the official records after due verification.
Vehicle registration numbers are a means of determining the owner of a vehicle. Usually, when purchasing a vehicle from a dealer, the dealer will transfer the registration number to the purchaser and fill out the required forms.
If the registration contained the word "OR" between the two names, there will be no problem. If it had the word "AND", she will need to bring a copy of the Certificate of Death to the motor vehicle office.
You had better get the right vehicle. Your registration is for someone else's car. * More than likely it is a simple clerical error. Take the title to the vehicle and the registration document to the local DMV office to have it corrected.
depends on the state you live in. The type of vehicle you are registering, and how you register that vehicle.
car registration in Australia is calculated on the weight and engine size of the vehicle so it varies with different makes and models
NO Because there is a lien on it.