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Failing to renew your drivers license and vehicle tags is not a crime, nor is failing to pay registration taxes for your car. However, this is only true if you are not driving
the vehicle. Most states do not have a penalty fee that they assess against a driver who has failed to renew. You should first contact your county tax assessor and tell him/her that you would like to pay the registration fee for your car for the upcoming year, you will also need to ask about renewing the tags. Then you should take public transportation
or get a ride to the nearest drivers licenses office and go get your licenses reinstated. This will likely require a fee, but it shouldn't be that much different from the fee to simply renew the license.
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