2013 Maryland Code
TRANSPORTATION
§ 13-401 - Driving or allowing certain unregistered vehicles to be driven


MD Transp Code § 13-401 (2013) What's This?

§13-401.

(a) This section applies to any vehicle required to be registered under this title.

(b) If a vehicle is not registered, a person may not drive the vehicle on a highway in this State.

(c) If a vehicle is not registered, the owner of the vehicle may not knowingly allow the vehicle to be driven on a highway in this State.

(d) If the required registration fee for a vehicle has not been paid, a person may not drive the vehicle on a highway in this State.

(e) If the required registration fee for a vehicle has not been paid, the owner of the vehicle may not knowingly allow the vehicle to be driven on a highway in this State.

(f) If the registration of a vehicle is canceled, a person may not drive the vehicle on a highway in this State.

(g) If the registration of a vehicle is canceled, the owner of the vehicle may not knowingly allow the vehicle to be driven on a highway in this State.

(h) If the registration of a vehicle is suspended, a person may not drive the vehicle on a highway in this State.

(i) If the registration of a vehicle is suspended, the owner of the vehicle may not knowingly allow the vehicle to be driven on a highway in this State.

(j) If the registration of a vehicle is revoked, a person may not drive the vehicle on a highway in this State.

(k) If the registration of a vehicle is revoked, the owner of the vehicle may not knowingly allow the vehicle to be driven on a highway in this State.

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