DMV: Order Replace Lost, Stolen, or Mutilated License Plates

Order Replacement Plates
 

This online service has been provided to customers who need to replace a plate that has been mutilated or damaged.
 
Who may order replacement plates online?
Any customer who has a plate that has been mutilated or damaged.  If your plates have been lost or stolen, please report this to your local police department.
 
What to do if your plate is lost or stolen?
What it will cost:  
  •  $5 with the police report.
  • Without the police report stating the plate(s) was stolen the fee for the new plates will be $25. Case numbers will not be accepted in lieu of the police report.            
 
I want to replace my plates and they are registered under an:
 
Please be ready to provide the following information to replace plates:
  • First and Last Names,
  • CT Driver License or Non-driver ID Number,
  • Date of Birth,
  • Current License Plate Number,
  • Plate class (i.e. Passenger, Combination, Commercial, etc.)
 
Payment Options:
You must use a debit or credit card. Discover, MasterCard or Visa accepted.
Print Documents:
Once you have completed the on-line vehicle renewal transaction you may be required to print. Please note Adobe Acrobat (minimum version 10.1) will be required.
 
 
 
Please be ready to provide the following information to replace plates:
  • Secretary of State Number.
  • Current License Plate Number,
  • Plate class (i.e. Passenger, Combination, Commercial, etc.)
As an organization, if the DMV does not have your Secretary of State Number (SOS#) on file you must first contact the DMV to have this added to your organization customer record prior to conducting an on-line transaction.

Payment Options:
You must use a debit or credit card. Discover, MasterCard or Visa accepted.
Print Documents:
Once you have completed the on-line vehicle renewal transaction you may be required to print. Please note Adobe Acrobat (minimum version 10.1) will be required.
 





Content Last Modified on 8/15/2015 7:16:54 PM