On the 19th of May, I went on line to renew the license plates on my truck. They expired on May 31. It’s great that you can renew on line. They tell you it can take ten days to get the new registration, Amazon can deliver in two, but at least they allow you to download a ten-day, temporary registration in case you don’t get the renewal on time. Both of these are good things. My registration did arrive on time, also a good thing.
This morning, I wanted to put the new registration on my truck, but I couldn’t find it. That’s something I’ve come to expect. I lose things frequently. My fault.
While I was looking, I decided to print out that downloaded temporary registration, so I could go to the gym. I’m a pretty literal guy, so I expected that the 10-day temporary registration would expire ten days after the old, permanent one did. Wrong! That’s when I found out the ten-day temporary expired on the 29th, two days before the old, permanent registration. What good is that? How would that have helped me if the new registration hadn’t arrived on time?
Fortunately, I did find the registration. I mean, it would have been terrible if I had to walk a mile to the gym, wouldn’t it?