Re: Penn Credit
I don't see how Penn Credit can send the D-6 since it is an official Florida form but if they have agreed to send it, I guess that answers that.
I missed something. Mass has stated you have to surrender your MASS plates and registration? I wasn't aware the you were required to have a drivers license to register a car. I'll have to do some looking to confirm that.
The state of Mass RMV has informed me that on the 3rd of March I have to surrender my plates and registration.
and while you might have to pay for a new registration and plates (although I would make sure this isn't just a suspension rather than a revocation), I do not see how it affects your insurance. You simply keep your insurance in place. Be sure to contact your insurance provider so they are aware the vehicle is not currently licensed and it will not be driven on the road. Heck, it might even save you a couple bucks since it won't need collision coverage until it is plated.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.