Yes you CAN seize plates for revoked and suspended registrations and licenses. Here is an excerpt from Chapter 90 Section 29.spd722";p="58792 said:j809...
I know that you seize the plates from a revoked registration, but I think you can leave the plates on the car for suspension.
RMV Rules and Regulations also request that plates be seized and returned to the RMV for these violations. I also checked with RMV Legal and they stated a suspended reg is a suspended reg, seize the plates but of course because it is only a REGISTRATION you do not arrest.Every such officer, upon the request of the registrar, shall demand forthwith the license of any operator and the certificate of registration and may take into his possession the number plates of any motor vehicle situated in a city or town within such officer's jurisdiction when said license or certificate has been suspended or revoked by the registrar and shall forward the said license, certificate and plates to the registrar.
I like what the registry is doing with inspections now. Don't get your car inspected, registration suspended, they are going to make a killing on reinstatement fees.
Inspection stickers on the City of Boston parking tickets are not enforced as a 90-20 violation but rather a City Ordinance/parking rules violation, I don't have my book in front of me, but I'll get you the fine soon. As far as campuses are concerned, if its in your "parking rules - student handbook" or whatever, the admin can allow you to enforce it. I know when I worked at a Campus it was listed in the parking rules that all motor vehicles/operators had to follow/obey all MA traffic laws. Although our fines were different, we could enforce any violation on campus - which we did.tntdefense";p="58471 said:Is there anyone here from Boston that could forward me a copy of their parking ticket? I'd like to show it to the admin and see if we could get 90-20 put on our cites.