How Long Does California Charge Non Op Penalties for Vehicles that Aren't Registered?

January 27, 2012

In the state of California, a non op California vehicle that was previously registered as a non operation vehicle but has not been registered since will be charged non operational penalties until the vehicle is registered again. The penalties will be incurred until the vehicle is either registered again as a non operational vehicle or it is registered as an operational vehicle with the state of California. The registration must be paid and renewed on or before the expiration date. If this is taken care of after the expiration date then fees will be accessed until the registration is renewed.

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