A Vehicle Moving Permit may be issued for a period of only one day for movement of a vehicle and issued to vehicles that have a valid planned nonoperation (PNO) status on record or have current registration fees on deposit.
…..and will be moved:
∙From the current place of storage to another place of storage.
∙To or from a garage or repair shop for the purpose of repairs or alteration.
∙For the purpose of dismantling or wrecking.
∙From one place to another for the purpose of:
Inspection by DMV or the California Highway Patrol (CHP).
Verification of a vehicle identification number (VIN).
Smog check certification
Weighing the vehicle.
Obtaining brake/light certificates.
∙For construction (incomplete vehicle).
∙From an impound yard.
∙The moving permit is valid for one day.
∙The date of movement must be printed in ink prior to movement of the vehicle.
∙If the next renewal period or PNO is due within 60 days, fees must be paid before the expiration date.
∙Any changes or alterations will void the permit.
∙You will be subject to a possible citation and/or vehicle impoundment if the permit is presented to law enforcement with any of the following:
The date is blank, the date of operation is more than 60 days from issuance, the vehicle description and/or date of operation are illegible or altered, the vehicle is operated and the fees are not current or a PNO is not on