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"Once a non-operational status is placed on a vehicle’s record, it remains until you decide to operate the vehicle and pay full registration renewal fees. You do not have to respond to the Non-operated Vehicle Notice that you will receive. However, if you have personalized plates on your vehicle, you must pay an annual retention fee to retain your priority to that plate configuration. If the DMV does not receive the retention fee, your priority to the plate configuration will be forfeited and it will be made available to someone else."

i found this on the DMV site. so i think once you put your car on PNO status you stay there until you pay full registration fees. i think you are free from smog hell too.
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Old 01-05-2004, 05:52 PM
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