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Registration Late Fee

The registration fees passed in the state of California are not lenient. One must pay his renewal fees on or before the expiration date shown on the current registration card belonging to the owner of said vehicle. If the individual does not pay their registration/renewal fees, they will receive penalties in accordance with Vehicle Code Sections 9552-9554, which stipulate that the longer the payment is deferred, the higher the fees will be.

If the payment is late (VEHICLE CODE 9552-9554)

The penalty will be the sum of:

Late registration fee

CHP afternoon

1-10 days

10% of the vehicle license fee due that year

10% Of the weight rate due to that year

$ 10

$ 10

11-30 days

20% Of the vehicle license fee due that year

20% Of the weight rate that is due to that year

$ 15

$ 15

31 days-1 year

60% Of the vehicle license fee due that year

60% Of the weight rate that is due to that year

$ 30

$ 30

More than 1 year-2 years

80% Of the vehicle license fee due that year

80% Of the weight rate that is due to that year

$ 50

$ 50

More than 2 years

160% of the vehicle license fee due that year

160% Of the weight rate due to that year

$ 100

$ 100

If you lose your registration renewal notice, be sure to call the following number to determine what fees are to be paid, what documents are required and what payment options are available.

 1-800-777-0133

Or

 Try the online fee calculator

www.aseguranzadeauto.com

Posted ByPablo AguilarOnAugust 3,2019

Pablo Aguilar