How to Renew Car Registration in Vermont

Car Registration Renewal How to Renew Car Registration in Vermont

DoNotPay Offers Help When Renewing Your Vermont Car Registration

Every Vermont car owner should have a valid car registration. After three years, you must renew it annually. The renewal process is sometimes tiresome and time-consuming. Fortunately, DoNotPay can make your Vermont registration renewal process fast and convenient.

Traditionally, you are required to visit a local DMV office for car registration renewal, where you may have to wait in long queues or have problems filling in long forms. However, using DoNotPay enables you to complete the process conveniently and fast. Learn the traditional methods of renewing your car registration in Vermont and a more convenient method of using DoNotPay.

How Do You Renew Your Car Registration in Vermont?

The state of Vermont requires you to have a valid car registration file at all times. They will send a notice a month before your current expiry date, which you will require when renewing your registration. You will need to carry the notice when renewing in person.

Renew Your Vermont Car Registration in Person

You may renew your vehicle registration at DMV offices or participating town clerks across Vermont. There are restrictions when using town clerks for the service as follows:

  • They cannot process renewals for trucks that weigh 54,999 lbs. or more.
  • Do not handle IRP (Apportioned) registrations.
  • They also charge a processing fee on top of the cost of renewing your automobile registration. The processing fee is paid in cash, but the renewal fees must be paid using other methods (checks and money orders).

Renewals in person take up to six days for the new registration to be emailed to you.

Renew by Mail

You can renew the registration by mail using the envelope included in the renewal notice. The DMV requires the renewal notice or a title application (VD-119) included in the mail. This method uses a money order or checks for payment. You should mail the renewal request to DMV, PO Box 1308, Williston, Vermont 05495-1308.

After mailing these items, you will have to wait up to ten days to process the renewal request.

Renew Your Vermont Car Registration Online

You can also renew your registration online by visiting the Vermont DMV website. Here are the steps:

  1. Visit Vermont official website
  2. Click the online services tab and then vehicle registration
  3. Click the 'renew vehicle registration link on the left of the page
  4. Locate the 'renew or replace now' button.
  5. You will be taken to
  6. Click continue and choose either the driver ID or the plate number to access the service
  7. Fill in the number you have chosen and continue
  8. Add your card number and finish
  9. You will get a temporary registration certificate valid for ten days as you await the permanent one.

Each method is long and requires attention to detail due to various restrictions.

How Much Does It Cost to Renew Your Car Registration?

The charges for registration renewal depend on the type, fuel, and size of the vehicle. Here is the tabulated list of the fees.

Auto (car)1 Year$76.00$74.00$132.00
2 Years$140.00$136.00$242.00
Jitney (Up to 7 Passengers)1 Year$76.00$74.00$132.00
2 Years$140.00$136.00$242.00
Motorhome1 Year$76.00$74.00$132.00
2 Years$140.00$136.00$242.00
Off-Highway Tractors1 Year$76.00$74.00$132.00
2 Years$140.00$136.00$242.00
School Bus1 Year$76.00$74.00$132.00
2 Years$140.00$136.00$242.00
Trucks (up to 6,099 lbs)1 Year$76.00$74.00$132.00
2 Years$140.00$136.00$242.00
Antique/Exhibition (Limited Use)1 Year$23.00$21.00$39.00
2 Years$46.00$42.00$78.00
Street Rod1 Year$76.00$74.00$132.00
2 Years$140.00$136.00$242.00
All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV)1 Year$45.00N/AN/A
2 Years$90.00N/AN/A
Motor-Driven Cycle (Moped)1 Year$30.00$28.00$51.00
2 Years$60.00$54.00$102.00
Motorcycle1 Year$48.00$46.00$83.00
2 Years$96.00$92.00$165.00

What Do I Need to Renew My Registration in Vermont?

You will need to have the following when renewing your car registration: online, by mail, or in person.

  • A copy of the car registration renewal notice, application title, or complete Vermont registration tax
  • Your driver's license number or the plate number
  • Payment method (could be a card, check, or money order)
  • If the car weighs over 54,999 lbs., have a copy of the IRS form 2290

How Often Should I Renew My Car Registration in Vermont?

You need to renew your car's registration every year. However, the State of Vermont allows you to renew it for two years at once. There is no grace period for renewals, but those who transact with the government online get a temporary renewal certificate valid for ten days.

Renew Your Vermont Car Registration Conveniently With DoNotPay

As we have explained, the process of renewing your car's registration is long and tiresome. There are also several restrictions regarding what you can register at particular offices. For example, town clerks cannot renew the registration of trucks that weigh above 55,000 lbs. and charge a processing fee for the service.

In addition, mail takes too long, and the internet service has several steps that might confuse you. You may also encounter downtimes and system errors. Fortunately, you can simplify the process by using DoNotPay.

How to Renew Your Car Registration Using DoNotPay

If you want to renew your car registration but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in five easy steps:

  1. Go to the Renew Car Registrations product on DoNotPay.

  2. Answer a few questions about your current vehicle, including the license plate number, vehicle identification number, make and model, etc.

  3. Verify your identity with a state driver's license and registration documents.

  4. Decide how long you want to extend the renewal for (if your state offers multiple options).

  5. Pay the registration fee (or let us automatically calculate it if you aren't sure).

Visit the Vermont page to know more about the DoNotPay registration renewal service.

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DoNotPay can help you get your car registration renewed across 50 states. Click the preferred link to learn more.

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