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post #1 of 2 Old Feb 16th, 2011, 8:18 pm Thread Starter
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Does Georgia DMV (or equivalent) have a non-operational option for vehicle registrations?

My sister-in-law won't be driving anytime soon due to a medical condition, and her car registration is due. In CA, you can file "non-op" for a small fee if the vehicle won't be used on public roads. When you want to return the car to normal service, you pay the registration up at that point with no penalties.

This would be in Douglas County, as a quick Google search indicates that registration fees are handled at a county level.

Also, I assume there would be something similar for motorcycles as for autos?

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Sorry I'm late on the response Ken. She just needs to let the county know that the vehicle will not be moved. As long as the car doesn't move, she doesn't pay tag, tax or have to have the emission inspections done. Once she is able to drive again, then she will need to have valid insurance and emissions inspections before getting her tag renewed and paying the ad valor um tax on the car. At least I think that's what we did with my son's truck. She can call the Douglas County tag office and they can tell her for sure.

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