Online California DMV Vehicle Registration
- Registration Renewals
- Sticker Replacements
- Registration Replacements
- Title Transfers
Have you recently purchased a new or used car while living in California? Or did you just move to California with your own car? Then it is mandatory to register your car with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). To drive a vehicle legally on the roads of California, you need to possess a Certificate of Registration for your vehicle in your name.
However, understanding the California car registration procedures and obtaining the certificate with minimum hassles can be quite a challenging task. DMV.com provides dedicated services to guide you through the car registration processes.
Use the DMV.com Vehicle Registration Fee Calculator to calculate your California car registration fee for 2010 or 2011. You can also calculate your California car registration renewal fees. The fee generated from this calculator is an estimate. Actual registration fees may vary due to differences in the information you provide in the online form for calculation and the original records held by the DMV.
DMV.com can help you complete your California car registration process quickly and conveniently. DMV.com is a solution-provider for even the most challenging DMV issues, such as renewal of registration for vehicles with outstanding parking tickets, replacement of lost vehicle registration certificates and so on. DMV.com automates the registration process and you can find all the information, tips, tricks, and forms online for easy processing. With DMV.com, you can access all the information you need, right from your home or office, at your own convenience by clicking here.
The California DMV collects a fee for first time California car registrations and renewals of registration. Several factors are considered while calculating the registration fees.
The registration fee also depends on where the vehicle owner stays or where the vehicle was purchased. If you want to register an out-of-state vehicle in California, then the registration fees will be higher.
Definition of an Out-of-State Vehicle