What is a PNO?
PNO stands for Planned Non-Operation, meaning that if one applies for a PNO, they are stating that they will store or not operate that vehicle during the next renewal year.
If an individual will not use that vehicle, they should apply for the PNO online and pay the filing fee of $20. The filing fee of twenty dollars may be paid up to sixty days prior to the expiration date if they want to avoid a late fee.
After ninety days, a late fee will be set in stone and the individual will be responsible for the full registration fees.
If an individual operates a vehicle that is under PNO, and the vehicle is spotted in any areas in which it can be given a citation, then the full registration fee, along with the penalties, must be paid that same year in which the individual had optioned out.
-If the status of the vehicle of being nonoperational if forfeited, then the payment for renewal will be more than the usual renewal fee that is between the amount of $40 to $70, depending on the state that the vehicle is registered as being non-operational.
One must renewal a PNO every year or every two years, once again, according to the state that the vehicle is non-operational in.