DMV Vehicle Tag & Registration Renewal By State | DMV.ORG
Summary: License Plate Sticker and Tag Renewal. Before your car has expired tags, you'll need to complete your license plate sticker renewal. Click you state to find out how often you'll need to renew your registration/tags, what the registration renewal fees will be, and your renewal grace period (if any) if your tags have already expired.
Actived: Wednesday Mar 3, 2021
Defensive Driving & Driver Training Car Insurance
Defensive Driving Discounts. If you have completed a defensive driving course, you might be eligible for a car insurance discount.Depending on your auto insurance provider, you might even receive a discounted rate on the course itself.
California Vehicle Retirement | DMV.ORG
California's Voluntary Accelerated Vehicle RetirementProgram (VAVR)—also known as the car scrap or recycling program—aims to get California junk cars off the highways by providing cash incentives to drivers in order to purchase newer, more fuel-efficient vehicles.. NOTE: The VAVR program is funded on a yearly basis.Once funds run out, residents must wait until the next fiscal year to file
Georgia MVD Vehicle Code | DMV.ORG
The Georgia Motor Vehicle Code. The Georgia vehicle code is Title 40 of the state code, established by the Georgia General Assembly. The vehicle code covers the laws governing all aspects of motor vehicles within the state. This code is written for your benefit, and may come in handy one day should you need to know specific laws about selling your car, resolving a lemon, or handling a traffic
Georgia Defensive Driving & Traffic School | DMV.ORG
Even if you are not eligible to take a driver improvement course voluntarily to earn a discount on your insurance or deduct points from your record, completing a defensive driving or traffic school course in Georgia can still provide you with valuable driving benefits. On this page you'll find information about Georgia traffic schools and defensive driving programs.
Branded Title Glossary | DMV.ORG
A branded title is an official designation assigned to associate a particular history with a vehicle. The branding system is run by state agencies and was put in place to warn potential owners about damage or other alterations to a vehicle that they might otherwise have been unaware of. Below you'll find a glossary of common terms associated with branded titles.