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Well hello everyone it's 2:05 in the morning and I think see me or not but here we are we just pulled up at the Secretary of State Office in Lapeer Michigan and for those of you who aren't from Michigan this is what we the name we give for our DMV our Department of Motor Vehicles that's where we go to pay our birthday tax we like to call it because our questions plate tabs I do for a renewal on our birthday every year and honestly this is one of the least crowded Secretary of State's office around people come here from quite a few areas around because of the low weights here but they also have a self-serve machine here in the lobbies and you can come here and not have to wait in line at all and renew your license plate tabs all you need is this little formula they send you in the mail it has a verified status that your car insurance is still good and we're going to use this machine here now we're gonna renew our license plates and let's see how is it anything I've never done this before touch screen to begin welcome begin license plate renewal you must meet the phone you must have a valid debit or credit card the address must be correct over the name everything here is good but one and a half percent P is charged for a credit card you know so it's gonna cost me an extra buck fifty or two bucks that's fine we'll just keep on moving here all right scan the renewal notice if there's a little barcode here in the corner forget a scan to buy a code and now it asked me do I want to purchase the recreational Passport which is a eleven dollars it's actually a pass little stamp on your license plate tab that allows you to enter every state park in Michigan including the boat launches and all that happy stuff now I'm gonna say yes because I film a lot of things in the summer and I'd like to go to the state parks some stuff so I'm gonna pay the extra $11 to get the state park pass on my license plate tab all right so the total is 138 hours and license plates 11 bucks for the fee 225 for the transaction fee hundred and fifty one dollars total Wow well I guess that's not bad and it is what it is we just had an increase here last year like 20 percent or possibly even more next follow the PIN pad screen assert your card for instructions and we're gonna see what we got to do next you're hired oops wrong way insert card boom next please wait checking printer status insert card pull card out insert card looks like I did it right what are we doing wrong here try it again insert card is showing on

FAQ

Department of Motor Vehicles (California): I'm about to sell my car. Is my certificate of title (the pink slip) still valid if the registration expiration date written on it has passed?
While I concur with the answers you’ve gotten, I think you may be seeking more info than you asked for.A certificate of Title, Title, and Pink Slip are proof of ownership for vehicles in the State of California at various times. Pink Slips haven’t been issued since the ‘70’s, yet, a seller who has owned a vehicle since the seventies or before, can legitimately transfer ownership by simply signing a“pink” over. These documents of ownership never expire and have nothing to do with your tax burden…Registration, tags, and plates relay time sensitive information while also identifying your vehicle in order to make it unique for even more opportunities to levy additional financial burdens above and beyond your initial tax liability and mandatory support of charities you never knew you loved.Registration is your annual tax bill and an easy way for other State , City and County agencies to catch up with you and your wallet at a very convenient time..when you have your wallet out.Tags are issued upon meeting all your smog and financial liabilities. Tags are to placed upon your rear license plate. It’s month will always be the same, whether you’re late or early paying your registration.Unlike your tags or Registration card or receipt, your license plates do not expire and remain with the car they are issued to.A few relationships do exist between the Title and Registration especially concerning the sale of your vehicle inside the state of California, despite previous answers claiming none. The most important of them, your Smog liability.In the Golden state at one time long past, one could simply say, screw the DMV and let their registration expire and not think another thing about. Smog check, forget it, right?Listen to this part carefully. Those days are gone. Even and especially if you sell the car. Here, you are required to provide the new owner upon transfer a new shiny clean bill of health, by way of a recent smog check certification so, they have one less hoop to jump thru in their quest to register your old car. This is the law and any new buyer can return and demand you smog the vehicle.Better yet, if you let your tags expire, you will receive a reminder from the California Franchise Board in the guise of a lien on your personal bank account. Gets even better. If the person you didn’t give a clean smog check, decides to let the expired registration ride, it rides all right, in your name and every year you miss paying up at the Dmv will be tallied up and the CFB enforcers will hunt you down and make your bank rob you, UNLESS, you at the very least, make sure when you sell your vehicle, you take a moment with the seller and discover that the Title has a tear off and it looks nothing like the ornate title. It has odd red boxes. Fill it out and make sure it finds its way to the DMV as soon as possible. It relieves you of any additional taxes, fines or bank robbery charges…Bottom line, expired registration doesn’t directly prevent you from selling your vehicle. Pay it today, or pay it tomorrow. Either way, you’re going to pay. Its just more likely that once you let one thing slip, not hard to see how a lot more can follow.
What is the most dubious way you have paid a parking ticket?
When I was medically discharged from the Army I was living in California. I had a California drivers license and handicapped parking placard since my new state of normal included an AFO (Ankle and Foot Orthotic). My car was registered back in my home state of Alabama.I had been home for less than a week so I went over to Tuscumbia to visit my elderly grandmother. She needed me to run down to the store and get her a few things. I hopped into my 77 Thunderbuzzard (another story for another time), made sure my handicap parking permit was on the dashboard and went on down to the local Woolworth 5 and 10 . Yes they were still in business, barely, and I happened to like shopping at Woolworth…don’t judge me.Upon my arrival I parked in the handicapped space in front of the store on Main Street. I walked/limped into the store, fulfilled my grandmother’s request, exited the shop and lo and behold! Tuscumbia’s finest had been at work! I had a ticket underneath the windshield wiper of my car for parking in a handicapped zone. Of course being a disabled veteran, injured in service to our nation, I was going to fight this. I thought it would be easy.My court date was six weeks later. I took a copy of my DD-214, California drivers license with my California handicap parking permit, and a copy of my medical discharge review board paperwork.When it was my turn to see the magistrate I was very respectful, presented all of my evidence showing that I was recently disabled and had been stationed in California. The fact that I had been home less than a week when the ticket was issued and had not taken the time yet to go get my drivers license switched back over to Alabama (which is required within 30 days of establishing residence) during that time or to jump through the bureaucratic hoops to obtain an Alabama handicapped parking permit. The judge listened carefully to all the evidence presented his decision was immediate. I lost my case. Fine: $50.I was found guilty of parking illegally in a handicapped zone even though I was I disabled veteran, just home with all the proper paperwork and medical diagnoses and a valid handicaps parking permit, in my name, that was recognized and 49 other states.I was not very happy. I told the judge that I did not have the cash on me to pay the fine. ATMs were not as ubiquitous as they seem to be today. Additionally, boys and girls this was back in 1990 before the word “internet” was in common use.Visa and MasterCard Debit Cards were not a thing to be presented at the courthouse to pay fines back then. Hell, they didn’t even exist back then. It was either cash, cashiers check, or money order. I told the judge that I was ill prepared because I assumed that the case was open and shut in my favor. He was kind enough to give me 48 hours to pay the city.I banked at Bank Independent back then. There was a branch only a few blocks away from City Hall. Fortunately when I went into the bank the next morning I found out that one of my old high school friends was the branch manager there. He and I have been good friends as we both played trumpet over at Deshler high school together. The long and short of it is after he heard my story he was pissed off too. All of his family were veterans, his grandfather been injured in World War II, he wasn’t able to get in himself because he had flat feet or something so he decided to help me out. After a few moments of discussion he told me to come back by 3 o’clock that afternoon and he’d have everything ready.I showed up at 10 till three in the cashiers were just putting the final touches on my order… 1000 cashiers check’s for five cents each. He only charge me $15 for the job. He said he would’ve waved it but he would get in trouble from corporate. He told me later he paid the balance of what was due out of his own pocket.City Hall closed promptly at five. Five minutes till five I arrived with a big box in hand. We finally got out of there around 7:30 or 8 o’clock. The cashier was not happy. I’m sure the magistrate wasn’t happy here because the cashier was his wife and she wasn’t home to fix dinner.Oh well, life goes on but it is funny how I’ve never gotten a ticket from the Tuscumbia police department ever again.
Why do we have to renew our license plates?
As driving on public roads is a privilege (as you apparently understand), having a vehicle on the public roads is ALSO a privilege. Requiring you to renew plates or tabs helps the government (who PROVIDES those roads) to have some sort of control over what gets onto the road. For example, my state(WA) requires vehicles to be emission-checked for pollution control. Vehicles brought to the state from other states are required to pass an initial safety inspection. Some states require an annual safety inspection for every vehicle. Those things cost money.Initially, registration money (called a “vehicle excise tax” in many states) was only used to fund construction and maintenance of public roads (One of the things specifically mentioned in the US Constitution, by the way). It was later expanded to include the costs associated with public transit.As it eventually happens with all new taxes and fees, once legislators recognized this new “cash cow” they couldn't keep their hands off, and started diverting some of the money to pay for other stuff. My yearly vehicle renewal statement includes a long list of this stuff, and even includes “voluntary” donations that you must “opt-out” of, if you don’t want to participate. Most people don’t notice/or understand “opt-out” so it’s only legally voluntary.Many years ago (15, I think), the voters in my state approved a voter initiative to restrict tab renewal to #30 per year. Over the years, the Legislature voted to expand and give exemptions to all sorts of things, so, now, the fee for my tabs this year was $197.This month, the same man who started the previous initiative has started a new initiative petition to return the fee to $30 again, that this time strictly limits what politicians can do to change it.We’ll see what happens.
Can I renew my license plates if my license is suspended?
Yes, technically you can register a vehicle with a suspended license. Where you may run in to some trouble is in order to register a vehicle it must be insured. The hard part about all of that is trying to find an insurance agency that will start or even renew a policy to a suspended driver. If your license is suspended while your insurance is active then you can sneak in a one or two year registration in between but if your insurance gets cut for whatever reason, you must surrender the plates, essentially un-registering the vehicle.If you are the owner of a business and the vehicle is for business use, you will most likely be approved for insurance provided you have a valid driver working for you.
How can my mom renew my license plates on my car I bought if her license is suspended since the car is in her name?
Not sure I understand your question. If YOU bought the car, then it is in YOUR name. If her name is still on the car, then YOU didn't buy it, even though you may have paid for it.Since it is titled and registered in her name, she is the ONLY one who can renew the plates and tags, unless she has given a Power of Attorney for Automotive to someone.
Why do my license plates not renew on my birthday?
In some states, they do. Michigan’s generally one of them, as the plate stays with you, rather than the vehicle, and they prorate registration accordingly if you register the vehicle another time in the year.[1]California, though, does not prorate, and their plates stay on the vehicle for its lifetime, even if sold. So, if you first register your car in the state on April 6th, the renewal date will forever be April 6th.Footnotes[1] https://www.michigan.gov/documen...
How do you look up license plate numbers?
People across the nation perform license plate number searches every day. Some of the reasons for searching for information linked to a license plate number include finding out the identity of a hit-and-run driver or a reckless driver, or even if you are suspicious of a vehicle you keep seeing in your neighborhood. While there is a limit to what you can find out through sites online due to privacy issues, you can pay a service or private investigator to find out additional information for you.Method 1 of 3: Perform a basic searchMaterials NeededDesktop computer or laptopLicense plate numberPaper and pencilDoing a basic search yourself online can help you glean a little bit of information associated with a license plate number. Using a site, such as your state DMV, allows you to find out the date the vehicle was registered, the vehicle make, and the vehicle model year. Personal information, however, is protected due to federal laws.Step 1: Check your DMV. Depending on the state, the DMV might offer information about license plate number inquiries for a fee. In cases where they do, go to the DMV website for your state and look for the link titled Plate Inquiry, Request for Record Information, or something similar.Step 2: Enter plate number. Once in the appropriate area of the DMV website, enter the license plate number into the search field. You can then find out information mainly associated with the vehicle attached to the license plate. You can't, however, find out personal information, such as the name of the person associated with the vehicle or their address.Step 3: Search online. Another basic car plate search option includes going to various online search site. There is always a fee associated with such a search, but they can garner more information than a DMV search will reveal. Some of the available search sites include LicensePlate Checker.Warning: When using an online search company, only use reputable services. Services that promise you instant results usually do not have up-to-date information. A sure sign of trustworthiness includes firms that states their fees up front and tell you how long it should take to find the information you seek.Method 2 of 3: Hire a certified information brokerMaterials NeededCell phoneDesktop computer or laptopLicense plate numberPaper and pencilAnother option to find out information associated with a license plate number is to use the services of a license plate lookup company. While similar to online search sites, a lookup company offers a more comprehensive service and information that is actually researched. And while a license plate lookup company does not offer instant results, the information given to you will be the correct information associated with that plate number.Step 1: Make a list of lookup companies. Look up a list of the various license plate lookup companies online or through your local phonebook yellow pages. One such company is Docsearch. Make sure to check any reviews available to try to determine if a specific company is reputable or not.Step 2: Contact each lookup company. Approach the license plate lookup company online through their website contact form or over the phone. Make sure you understand the fees they charge and the length of time it might take to find the information before agreeing to their services.Step 3: Provide the plate number. Give them the license plate number and wait. When the company has the information, they will contact you.Method 3 of 3: Hire a private detectiveMaterials NeededCell phoneDesktop computer or laptopLicense plate numberPaper and pencilA third option is to hire a private detective to find the information for you. Fortunately, the Driver's Privacy Protection Act gives private detectives the ability to access the database in the various states that keep track of license plate numbers and those who own the vehicles wo which they are attached. While this method is the most expensive of the three, you are guaranteed the best results.Tip: Make sure to ask the private detective to guarantee the information they give you before you pay.Step 1: Make a list. Find a list of local private detectives, either through your local phonebook or online. Make sure to check any reviews to see what others have experienced when using the private detective's services.Step 2: Contact each service. Contact the private detective service by phone or over the Internet. Tell them what information you need and discuss the fees associated with the search, along with the expected time frame to complete the search.Step 3: Provide the plate number. Give them the license plate number for the vehicle in question and then wait for them to contact you. Information lookups are relatively easy and should not take too long to perform, so the search should be relatively quick.By using a service, or even looking up the information yourself, you can find out a variety of information associated with a license plate number. This way, you can find out what you need to know when looking for a driver associated with a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run, reckless driving incident, or just a suspicious vehicle you've noticed in your neighborhood.