“Since your vehicle is parked on private property in your driveway, no, you will most likely not get a ticket. However, if the car was parked on public property, even on the road in front of your house, it could be ticketed.
Every state is different and you should contact your local DMV for the exact requirements for where you live. Some states require any vehicle that you own to be registered even if you won’t drive it. Other states are okay with an unregistered car as long as it remains on private property and is not driven.
If you have no intention of registering the vehicle, it would be best to work on it in your backyard. If this is not an option, put the car up on blocks in your driveway to indicate that the car is not operable.
The odds are fairly low of a police officer going out of their way to ticket a car parked in a private driveway.
Once you are ready for your car to hit the road, getting affordable insurance
will be your first step in the registration process.
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