Jun 15, 2010, 6:15 PM
Post #20 of 30
The problem would occur if you did not obtain a Certificate of Non-Operation (in the States) before your license expired.
Fees would have accumulated, and if you took the car to a U.S. dealer, the license or i.d. number would go merrily into a computer which would pop out the money you owed, plus penalties, for however long you hadn't kept up your registration/license. At that point..........ouch. At least I believe that to be correct.
We let our U.S. vehicle registration lapse because we don't drive it back and forth to the U.S., and don't plan on ever taking it back until dumping time. Was I supposed to get a Certificate of Non-Operation at some point?
Alternatively, is there room in the back of your truck for an old Honda?
(This post was edited by tashby on Jun 15, 2010, 8:58 PM)