take your title to courthouse and get new tags, here where I live if it's not been expired long they will just reregister it and give you and updates sticker
When the registration has expired. The tags on your rear license plate should have the month and year of expiration, that's when you take it to get safety and emissions inspection.
If you are a minor, your parents hold the right to take your license away. You must abide by their rules to keep your license since driving is a privilege.
Yes. As long as it has a saftey on it , you can take it,.
apply for and take a dealers license class
If you wish to sell auto-insurance in the state you want to work in then you should take an insurance license exam. Make sure that the exam provider is approved and accredited by different government agencies and certification bodies.
If you have a full unrestricted license or a <25kw (33bhp) license you are allowed to take pasengers. a provisional license with L plates on no more that a 125 isn't
The Plates are not 'your' plates, they belong to the STATE that you have registered your car with. If the STATE wants their plates back for any reason, they could have the POLICE get them from you by a number of ways.So to answer your question... Yes the POLICE can take the "STATE'S" license plates from your car if they are instructed to do so by the STATE.
Not if the car belongs to you. The license plate isn't sold with the car. You take it off before you sell it.
It depends on the violation. Some yes, some no.
Contact your local County Tax Assessor / Collector's office where you renew your license / registration of vehicles. They will take them back and re-use or recycle them.
That will depend on what license, and where it is issued from. There is no one "firearms license" in the US. A few states DO require a license to BUY a gun, most require a license to CARRY a gun concealed, and you must have a DEALER'S license to sell guns. It may take minutes, or months.