Maryland Code, Transportation § 13-401

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

(b)(1) If a vehicle is not registered, a person may not drive the vehicle on a highway in this State.

(2)(i) If a person is convicted of a violation of this subsection that involved the use of an off-highway recreational vehicle on a highway, the court shall notify the Administration of the violation.

(ii) The Chief Judge of the District Court, in conjunction with the Administration, shall establish uniform procedures for reporting convictions described in this paragraph.

(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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