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Tags are an important way for the DMV to keep track of vehicle registration. In order to register any vehicle, the vehicle has to meet certain standards set for by the DMV, and the state that you are driving in. For instance, cars are required to pass a smog check every few years. Before you are allowed to register your car, you must submit a certificate showing that you truck, sedan or car has passed the smog check, which was administered by a recognized testing center. After the registration is submitted, along with all the necessary forms, the DMV will send you a new tag with the year printed on it. This tag is placed in the right-hand corner of the license plate, across from the month. These tags must be renewed annually, and the auto or motorcycle needs to be re-registered every year. They expire after the month and date on the license plate, and you can receive a ticket for driving an unregistered vehicle. Additionally, to get your vehicle registration every year, you have to pay a fee, which is a form of taxation. You should not only receive the license plate sticker, but you should also get a automobile registration sheet, which lists your vehicle identification number, expiration date, and more pertinent information. If your vehicle registration is lost or stolen, you should contact the DMV immediately. You will probably be required to fill out a replacement application, as well as other paperwork. There are strict laws to manage the replacement of registration tags, or the transfer of ownership. To find out more about transferring or registering your car, try looking up information on your local DMV's website.
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10799 W 100 S, Russiaville, IN 46979
Contact us at (765) 416-6443 in Russiaville, IN, to live a rustic life with our gypsy wagons and sheep wagons.
(765) 416-6443
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192 E Southway Blvd, Kokomo, IN 46902
(765) 453-5170
License Branch Auto
26 E 3rd St, Peru, IN 46970
(765) 473-7381
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108 S Main St, Fairmount, IN 46928
(765) 948-4335
Department of Motor Vehicles
2211 S Park Ave Ste 1, Alexandria, IN 46001
(765) 724-3493
White County License Branch
820 W Fisher St, Monticello, IN 47960
(574) 583-5971
Department of Motor Vehicles
2070 Peace Tree Vlg, Rochester, IN 46975
(574) 223-2319
License Branch-Auto
2222 N Lebanon St, Lebanon, IN 46052
(765) 482-2830
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2200 Elmwood Ave Ste C1, Lafayette, IN 47904
(765) 448-3738
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4330 S Scatterfield Rd, Anderson, IN 46013
(765) 649-9234
License Branch Auto
2982 W Park Dr, Huntington, IN 46750
(260) 356-1450
Department of Motor Vehicles
218 N Sally Dr, Winamac, IN 46996
(574) 946-3044
Hartford City License Br 64
116 N Jefferson St, Hartford City, IN 47348
(765) 348-3048
Department of Motor Vehicles
2904 E Mcgalliard Rd, Muncie, IN 47303
(765) 289-0002
Department of Motor Vehicles
1629 Eastway Dr, Crawfordsville, IN 47933
(765) 362-5707

States require vehicles to use stickers or tags to verify that you have registered your autos, SUVs, RVs, trucks, sedans, boats, and other motor vehicles. They are often renewed when you pay your vehicle taxes and application fees. If you need more information about vehicle tags, then you might need to contact your local DMV. Many sates not only ask you to renew your tags before their expiration dates, but also want you to get your auto's certification for smog. This certificate shows that your car passes a pollution inspection so that it does not emit too many chemicals. In some states, getting your smog certificate is the law. If you do not have your car tested, then you might not be able to register your auto. Depending on the laws in your area, if you are pulled over enough times for an expired identification number you can risk losing your license or having to attend vehicular safety classes. Registering your vehicle annually will prevent this. If you have lost your sticker, then you will need to contact either your local DMV or court clerk to make sure that you have the right year's tags on your license. It is often best to put your tags on your license plate as soon as you get them so that you do not lose them. If you put them in your glove box, then there is a chance that it will get mixed in with other papers, which could make it difficult to locate if you are pulled over.
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