Requirements for Obtaining a Temporary Registration
Click here and follow the steps to Obtain a Temporary Registration for your vehicle.
A temporary registration may be obtained at any DMV Hub Office or Limited Service Office for the purpose of needing a safety inspection and/or emissions test. Please see Safety Inspections Performed at DMV for additional inspection information.
Temporary registrations are available in the following types: Passenger, Commerical, Combination, Camper, Camp Trailer and Motorcycle. Fees vary by type of temporary registration.
You should go through the safety inspection and/or emissions test
within the first ten (10) days, in case repairs are required, as temporary registrations are not renewable.
A vehicle exempt from sales tax by a family or business relationship cannot be registered if the transferor (seller) owes delinquent property taxes on the vehicle, in which case a tax receipt would have to be shown, or if the vehicle is listed as suspended, or has parking violations. The same applies for the person registering the vehicle.
Note: Vehicles cannot be registered if delinquent property tax or parking tickets are owed or if the registrant has had his/her registration privilege suspended.
Click here to Obtain a Temporary Registration for Commercial Vehicles.
Content Last Modified on 2/26/2013 9:42:09 AM