California Vehicle Registration - How to Register your Vehicle

Driving the California roadways is a privilege all licensed drivers can take advantage of. Motor vehicle owners have an additional responsibility though – California law requires most vehicles to be registered with the DMV before driving on state roadways.

Which vehicles need to be registered in California?

Below is a list of vehicles that drivers must get car registration for:

  • Passenger vehicles
  • Non-resident vehicles
  • Motorcycles
  • Commercial vehicles
  • Trailers
  • Off-highway vehicles
  • Vessels

Types of motorized vehicles that do not need to be registered in California:

  • Motorized scooters
  • Miniature motorcycle
  • Certain specialized vehicles

Initial Vehicle Registrations

If you purchased a used vehicle, you have within 10 days of the purchase date to register and avoid late auto registration fees. If your car is new to California, you must apply for vehicle registration within 20 days of the entry date to avoid late fees.

Renew Your Vehicle Registration Online

Renew Car Registration or Order a Duplicate

If you need to renew or replace car registration, fill out the convenient Online California DMV Vehicle Registration form above. Not only does it save you a trip to the DMV, annual auto registration renewal notices will be sent to your email automatically. This is an official car and automobile registration service which works alongside the CA DMV to ensure privacy and expediency. Services are not just limited to cars and include:

  • Motorcycles.
  • RVS
  • Boats
  • Trucks
  • Commercial vehicles

More Important Information on Vehicle Registration

Smog Inspections

In the state of California, certain vehicles need to undergo a smog inspection to be registered with the CA DMV. These include the following:

  • Hybrid cars
  • Trailers
  • All vehicles less than four years old
  • Motorcycles
  • Electric cars
  • Gas vehicles from 1975 or older
  • 14,001 lbs. or more natural gas vehicles
  • 14,001 lbs. or more diesel vehicles


How to Register a Car in California

Getting a new car is exciting, and by going through an authorized dealer, your vehicle registration paperwork is submitted automatically. To take the car off the lot, the only thing you must provide is proof of auto insurance. You can expect your auto registration certificate, decal and license plate to arrive in the mail within two weeks of purchasing your new vehicle.

If you are registering a motor vehicle in California for the first time, you must complete the following steps:

  1. All vehicles in California must be insured. When you register your vehicle you must provide proof of insurance. The easiest way to do this is to obtain auto liability insurance.
  2. Collect the necessary paperwork. If you bought your vehicle from a dealer, then the dealer will have sent the necessary paperwork to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. In all other circumstances you will need to collect the following additional papers:
  3. A completed Application for Vehicle Title or Registration, signed by all registered owners.
  4. If you do not need to change ownership of the vehicle, collect the last registration certificate and a copy of the last issued out of state title.
  5. If you do need to change the ownership of the vehicle, make sure that you have completed the Change of Title for the vehicle.
  6. If you have newly purchased the vehicle, make sure that you have the Bill of Sale.
  7. For cars less than ten years old, you must also have an Odometer Disclosure Statement signed by both yourself (the buyer) and the seller.
  8. If your vehicle is not new, you may require a smog certificate.
  9. Make an appointment to visit your DMV center, making sure that you explain that you require a vehicle inspection.
  10. Once your vehicle has been inspected, you can submit your paperwork and order your license plates. These will be sent to you in the mail and must be fixed to your vehicle as soon as you receive them.
  11. You are entitled to a tax reduction for a portion of the registration fees called the Annual Vehicle License Fee.
  12. Remember that CA Auto Insurance is needed to legally operate all vehicles in California.
About Your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

When you are buying a used car, make sure to check its vehicle identification number (VIN) before finalizing the sale. If not, you could end up with a vehicle that has serious mechanical errors and requires repairs. To prevent yourself from being a victim of false advertising, order a VIN history report. A VIN report provides buyers like you with important information on the car in question. The vehicle history report will include:

  • Accident history.
  • Past owners.
  • Odometer reading.
  • Recent repairs.

Simply ask the seller for the VIN code and order a detailed car history record before purchasing it.


New Resident Car Registration

After establishing a new residency in the state of California, you have 30 days to visit a local DMV office and register your vehicle. Upon arrival, you must bring the following documents:

  • An Application for Title or Registration (REG 343),
  • A Declaration of Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW)/Combined Gross Vehicle Weight (CGW) (REG 4008)
  • A Permanent Trailer Identification (PTI) Certification (REG 4017)
  • One proof of car insurance:
    • Permanent vehicle insurance card
    • Printed temporary auto insurance card
  • Your out-of-state car title, if you are transferring car title to California
  • Your out-of-state car registration
  • Weight certification, if necessary
  • Smog and emissions certificate, if necessary
  • Payment for all taxes and fees, based on the fee calculator:
    • The DMV accepts cash, checks, money orders, and debit/ATM cards

How to Register a Vehicle as a Non-Resident

When non-California residents register a vehicle in California, it is often due to owning a separate residence. In this case, provide the following items to get car registration:

  • Application for Title or Registration (REG 343),
  • Your out-of-state car title or one proof of ownership:
    • Car title transfer document
    • Bill of sale
  • A Verification of Vehicle (REG 31)
  • Payment of applicable fees, based on the fee calculator:
    • The DMV accepts cash, checks, money orders, and debit/ATM cards

Depending on the kind of vehicle you are registering, there are a number of other documents that you may be asked to present:

  • Out-of-state license plates
  • A smog certification
  • A weight certificate
  • Customs, safety, and emissions documents (for out-of-country cars)
  • A Statement of Facts (REG 256)
  • A Lien Satisfied/Legal Owner/Title Holder Release (REG 166)
  • A Permanent Trailer Identification (PTI) Certification (REG 4017)
  • A Declaration of Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW)/Combined Gross Vehicle Weight (CGW) (REG 4008)


How to Register a Vehicle as a Military Member

The process to register car credentials as a member of the military depends on your status as a resident or non-resident.

Non-California Residents in the Military
If you are not a California resident, then you do not need to obtain CA car registration. All you have to do is:

  • Purchase California car insurance.
  • Have valid license plates from your home state or the state where you were last stationed
  • Have a current car registration in either your name or your spouse’s name.

California Residents in the Military
If you are a resident of California, then you must follow a different set of rules. You have the option to register a vehicle in the state that you are stationed in and then register your car in California once you return. In addition, CA military members can qualify for a vehicle license fee exemption by turning in one of the following forms to the CA DMV:

  • For military members: Nonresident Military (NRM) Exemption Statement (REG 5045)
  • For NATO members: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Status of Forces Agreement (REG 5046)

California drivers serving in the military are also exempt from the vehicle registration renewal fee by filling out applicable forms.


How to Register a Motorcycle

The process to register a motorcycle in California is almost identical to registering cars. Provide:

  • One proof of ownership (only originals or certified copies):
    • Car title
    • Name and address of lien holder, if you have a loan
  • One proof of motorcycle insurance:
    • Permanent insurance card
    • Temporary insurance card printout, if your official ID has not arrived
  • Payment for applicable fees, based on the fee calculator:
    • The DMV accepts cash, checks, money orders, and debit/ATM cards

Smog inspections are not required to get motorcycle registration.


How to Register an RV

Registering RVs in California is mandatory for all California RV owners. Complete the following steps:

  • Buy RV insurance for the vehicle. Uninsured vehicles cannot be registered in California.
  • Complete an Application for Title or Registration form (REG 343).
  • Show proof of your RV ownership:
    • Car title
    • Name and address of lien holder, if you have a loan
  • Show Bill of Sale (REG 135).
  • Present smog certification, depending on the age of the RV.
  • Provide payment for applicable fees, based on the fee calculator:
    • The DMV accepts cash, checks, money orders, and debit/ATM cards


How to Register a Trailer

The state of California has determined that any trailer longer than 16 feet or wider than 96 inches needs to be registered with the CA DMV every year, just like a recreational vehicle would. Due to their size, trailers do not qualify for permanent vehicle registration. However, trailers that do not meet these specifications can be registered through the Permanent Trailer Identification Program.
In order to register the right type of trailer in California, you will need to:

  • Buy car insurance.
  • Complete an Application for Title or Registration form (REG 343).
  • Show proof of your RV ownership:
    • Car title
    • Name and address of lien holder, if you have a loan
  • Fill out a Permanent Trailer Identification (PTI) Certification (REG 4017).
  • Provide payment for applicable fees, based on the fee calculator:
    • The DMV accepts cash, checks, money orders, and debit/ATM cards

Smog testing is not required to get trailer registration in California.


Do boats need to be registered?

Boats need to be registered just like standard and commercial vehicles do. However, there are a number of exceptions to this rule. If you own one of the following types of vessels, then you are not required to register your boat:

  • A vessel that is used for racing
  • A vessel that is registered in another state and typically used in out of state waterways
  • A lifeboat of a ship
  • Nonmotorized sailboats that are eight feet long or less
  • Nonmotorized surfboats that have a sail and mast, which the operator holds up


Off-Highway Registration Requirements

In order to register an OHV in California, you will have to meet all of the following requirements:

  • Street-legal license plates
  • Green sticker (for year-long operation)
  • Red sticker (for operation during certain times in the year)
    • These stickers are used for motorcycles and ATV made in 2003 or later
  • Nonresident OHV Use Permit (if applicable)
  • Closed Course Competition Transportation Permit (for racing cars)

How to Get Handicap Placards in California

If you need to obtain handicap placards in California, you may do so at the same time you get car registration from the DMV by following these steps:

  1. Fill out an Application for Disabled Person Placard or Plates. (https://apps.dmv.ca.gov/forms/reg/reg195.pdf)
  2. Get a licensed physician to sign the Doctor’s Certification section of the application.
  3. Submit the fees when requesting a temporary placard.
  4. Mail the application to the address you find on the form.


California Car Registration Fees

The last factor to become familiar with when it comes to registering cars in California is cost. There are two fees associated with getting car registration documentation:

  • CA car registration fee: $46
  • California Highway Patrol fee: $23

If you recently bought a used car, you have 10 days to register the used vehicle. If you don't register your car within 10 days of purchasing it, you may have to pay late fees associated with obtaining DMV car registration.

Penalty fees from California Highway Patrol:

  • If expired for less than one year: $30
  • If expired between one and two years: $50
  • If expired for more than two years: $100

Penalty fees to California vehicle registration:

  • If expired for less than one year: $30
  • If expired between one and two years: $50
  • If expired for more than two years: $100

The DMV accepts cash, checks, money orders, and debit or ATM cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover) as methods of payment.


Suspended Vehicle Registration

Like a drivers license, your car registration can be suspended by the CA Department of Motor Vehicles too. One of the most common reasons for vehicle registration suspension is not having car insurance. If you are driving without proof of financial security, visit the California Car Insurance Regulations page.

To reinstate suspended car registration, you must provide proof of car insurance and then go to a local CA DMV office. Otherwise, you will be unable to renew or replace vehicle registration documentation.


How to Obtain Salvage Car Titles

If you live in California, a salvage vehicle does not have a title. Thus, you will need to substitute your current car title for what is known as a Salvage Certificate. This can be done at a local California DMV office.


Personalized License Plates

Another option to choose when registering car credentials is whether or not you want to buy vanity license plates. Also known as custom license plates, vanity tags allow you to choose the letters and numbers as well as the style of the license plate in question. For instance, you can choose your alma mater, or a license plate that supports a cause.

If you want to get a new personalized license plates, you may change it again at the time you go to renew car registration decals.


How to Transfer Titles to Another State

When moving out of California to a new state, you do not need to surrender license plates. Just be sure to have your California registration certificate and car title to provide your new state’s DMV. Because the process for transferring title varies from state to state, you are also encouraged to contact that state’s DMV for more details.

Additional Resources

The following are further resources to help with your specific needs whether you are doing your California vehicle registration for the first time, renewing or replacing your auto registration:

Vehicle Registration Renewal

Guide to California vehicle registration renewal. What is required for renewing your vehicle registration in CA, where and when to renew your vehicle, fees, mailing address, forms, etc

California Vehicle Registration Replacement

CA Vehicle registration replacement information for lost, stolen or damaged vehicle registrations. Step-by-step guide to getting a new copy of your vehicle registration.

California Car Registration Fee Calculator

California car registrations fees vary depending on a number of factors including the make and model of the car, the date of late registration, traffic tickets, etc. DMV.com's car registration fee calculator can help you figure out how much it will cost to register your vehicle.

The California Vehicle Code

The California Vehicle Code is important for anyone registering their vehicle since it contains all the rules and regulations that drivers and vehicles are subject to while on the road.

California Car Registration Plates

This article is an overview of license / car registration plates. It covers the regulations for displaying and mainting your plates as well as information on vanity, disability and vintage vehicle plates.

California Custom Car Registrations

There are different procedures for registering a custom or vintage car in the state and you can find that information in this article.

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My disabled brother's car has

My disabled brother's car has not been working the past two years and he did not realize he could have paid less now he is facing more money to register it. We are trying to help him out and pay for it from another state but the system wont let us do it online. How can we have it so we can do it from here and so he will only be charged for a parked vehicle? He thinks he needs the updated sticker to have it hauled to a garage...

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I am currently serving active

I am currently serving active duty in the military and my home of record state is California. When I originally bought my car, I was stationed in Nevada and it was registered in Nevada. I have since then transferred and I am currently stationed in Virginia. Is there a way to register my car in California without having to drive it back across country to California? I do not want to register in Virginia.

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I would like to add my

I would like to add my daughter's name to my car registrations as co-owner.

Can I do this online?

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I am trying to sale my car

I am trying to sale my car but can't find my pink slip. How can I get a new pink slip?

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I have been given a vehicle

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We have a 1955 Duro Travel

We have a 1955 Duro Travel Trailer and have had it registered for 25 years. This year our registration was $75. My daughter just registered a 1963 Travel Trailer and has a permanent lifetime registration. How can we do the same?

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Submitted by spadpilot on 28th Sep 2015

I'm purchasing a 1951 model

I'm purchasing a 1951 model car from out of state. It has a non-original engine in it. will this cause registration issues?

Thank you

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Submitted by Brizz on 8th Aug 2015

My car loan is in my dads

My car loan is in my dads name and I don't want to try and get a new loan on my own since its close to being paid off, but I recently moved from Nevada to California and he lives in Arizona. So what im trying to do is get my car registered in cali without him having to drive down here to do it. In Nevada I did it with a copy of his Drivers license (AZ issued) and his signature on the forms we mailed back and forth. I have no idea how California works and the dmv website doesn't go into details with a situation like this ....please help

Submitted by knocksy6 on 6th Aug 2015

My boyfriend wont sign

My boyfriend wont sign documents necessary to remove my name from Boat Registration and title. What other measures can I can to make this happen?

Submitted by FondaSmith on 5th Aug 2015

Registration paid on 26 June

Registration paid on 26 June 2015

check #1636 in the amount of $140.00

for Dodge Nitro - License plate 6JGV386

WHERE IS MY REGISTRATION TAGS FOR 2016

and the Travel Handicap Placard. I'm Inquiring...

I also applied for HANDICAP LICENSE PLATES #DP 559MS in June 2015. I received those recently, however the registration expired in 2015 July (this year). I need new registration paid for 2016 under plates 6JGV386.

Regards, Fonda Smith

Submitted by BrandyA on 28th Jul 2015

I want to loan my sister a

I want to loan my sister a car, but not sell or give it to her. I am a Florida resident. My sister lives in California. Does the car need to be registered in California if the title will remain in my name because the car is mine? The car is insured, and I will continue to insure it.

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I am in a pretty ugly

I am in a pretty ugly situation. I walked into the bank to print a check to pay my registration. I asked the banker to print it out of my checking account. I took the printed check and sent the payment to the DMV. I received my registration late but I received it. Yesterday, I got a notice from the DMV stating that my registration has not been paid and that I owe over $400!! I initiated an investigation at my bank to learn that the banker who printed the check made an error. He printed the check out of my Health insurance Savings Account. I am now on this extremely upsetting and illegal situation with the DMV as a result of my bank mistake. How could resolve this problem and pay my registration without incurring extra charges due to this unfair bank mistake?

Submitted by Jason Bennett on 28th Jul 2015

I have paid for my

I have paid for my registration but have not got them yet?

Submitted by PLSMITH on 13th Jul 2015

I am not a resident of

I am not a resident of California but leave a car at a second home. I would like to register and get plates for the car in California. Can I register a car in California as a non-resedent?

Submitted by nanadeb527 on 18th May 2015

My brother passed away, we

My brother passed away, we put a "non op" on his vehicle, my dad has, as next of kin, decided to sell it; in CA we must get a smog check and since it has "non op" of course we haven't kept up insurance; DMV states we need to insure and renew registration, which is crazy since we're selling it! My dad has pink, has his own insurance-why do we need to register and insure just to smog and sell? We have a buyer, so they will just have to turn around and re-register!

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I paid my renewal fee and it

I paid my renewal fee and it was cashed by the DMV and I never received my registration or tag. Please help me.

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I paid my renewal fee, DMV

I paid my renewal fee, DMV cashed check- have not received tags

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I paid my renewal fee, DMV

I paid my renewal fee, DMV cashed check- have not received tags

Submitted by nhung nguyen on 2nd Sep 2015

i paid my renewal fee. DMV

i paid my renewal fee. DMV cash the check but i have not received tags and the pink slip of my car yet.

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Our company car is registered

Our company car is registered to G-Star USA LLC. VIN# is WVWHD7AJOCW167211. Our accounting department claims to have paid our annual vehicle registration renewal but we have yet to receive the tags at our Beverly HIlls office at 8820 Wilshire Blve Ste 100 Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Can you confirm that payment has been received and that tags have been sent and if so when should be expect to receive them. If they were sent a while ago, we may need to have them reissued as we have not received them yet

Submitted by Diane Garber on 24th Apr 2015

My brother died in 2014 and I

My brother died in 2014 and I have his car which is registered in Texas. I am in the process of getting the authority to handle his estate but it is not complete. His car registration ends this month and I need to register it in CA. I have his birth/death certificate our mother's death certificate, and my birth certificate. I have his drivers license and car insurance information.

Can I get the transfer before the court gives me authority to handle his estate?

Submitted by samavi on 24th Apr 2015

I need help in an ugly

I need help in an ugly situation. My ex boyfriend just stole my car that he gave me 2 weeks ago. His pink slip was stolen so I printed Application for duplicate title with transfer, bill of sale, and statement of facts because it was a transfer of ownership betwee us, family members. In order to apply for dup he has to have the app notarized. In order to get notarized, he needs his id, he hasn't that either. So I get him to sign the request for dup title, stating he gave the vehicle to me. He does it but had an excuse to why he wasn't going to sign the bill of sale right that second, he will do it later. So I wanting to get this transfer done asap offered to pay for his dup license. when we get to dmv, i tell him i'm going to start the transfer paperwork while we are there. He got very nervous and said"I'm not ready to transfer it over to you. I have to make sure the jeep is good firs" So he is saying if his current vehicle is not fixable he is going to take my car away that he owed me and gave to me, so I tell him i'm not paying for his license then, I was only doing it for the transfer. he says just give him a little bit to get the jeep fixed and then we will go together and take care of the transfer. Well yesterday he says the jeep now is not drivable and that he isn't going to just sit there while the jeep isn't working and be stuck just becaUSE there are no tags on the truck he gave me. And then tells me we can go tomorrow to take care of the tags. I said are you paying for the tags(they expired about a month ago) and he says "some" I then told him i am not paying for the tags unless the truck gts pu in my name. And he says then he will pay for them. He said i was selfish and no good if i didn't try to help him pay for the tags and i better do it if i want a truck. I make a trip to dmv this nmorning to see if they caN transfer the vehickl in my name wih just his sig on the app for dup title with transfer. the tech tells me the my ex boyfriend never put it in his name a year ago when he bought it and to get ahold of the previous ownde sdand have him sign it as well. So tonight he got dropped off over here and took my truck that he gave me with all my tools. I just put 20 in gas and he isn't answering his phone. I HAVE ALL THE FORMS HERE AND HE HAS O IDEA I WENT TO THE DMV. With all that info, what should i do?

Submitted by ranger29 on 11th Apr 2015

I am active duty military and

I am active duty military and have been stationed overseas, I have a vehicle in long term storage for 3 years with expired Guam registration and Guam does not do online registration, I received orders to CA, what is the process of getting my vehicle registered in CA once removed from storage and is there a grace period, the vehicle will have to be driven to the nearest DMV with expired plates. Thank You

Submitted by Rodeomom2 on 29th Mar 2015

I was wondering. If I

I was wondering. If I purchased a used vehicle in Ca and couldn't come up with the money for used sales tax within the 30 days they give you.. What happens next? What is the status of vehicle till I pay the used sales tax?

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Submitted by KirstineLind on 15th Jan 2015

Hi, I'm not a resident but

Hi, I'm not a resident but I'm buying a car in california.

how's that working with the registration and insurance? how can I register it then? I have an address for it to be.

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Submitted by LO405 on 5th Jan 2015

Hope someone has an answer

Hope someone has an answer for this! I wish to let a close relative, who lives in CA, have full use of a car that I'm currently paying for and therefore do not have title to. I do not drive the car but have to keep paying for it in my plan. How can we register the car in CA either under my name or hers? I live in GA. The GA car tags are overdue (May 2014) and I'd like to ship the car to CA so she can register it ASAP.

Submitted by Jackieled04 on 16th Nov 2014

I have a Honda civic that was

I have a Honda civic that was a gift from my boyfriend at the time, we broke up, the car is in his name only as well as the loan, I've made every single payment on the car and am continuing to make all the payments. I'm gonna be moving out of state how do I register the car when I make the move?? Can I do a registration transfer even though the loan is in his name.

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I leased a car that is i need

I leased a car that is i need to return this month and the registration is expired because i extended the lease another couple of months beyond the original lease agreement date. With that said, do i need to renew the registration prior to turning in the car? Am i responsible for updating the registration regardless?

Submitted by ABeauty2Unveil on 13th Oct 2014

My Car Registration's last

My Car Registration's last late renewel fee is on Oct 22, 2014. Can I get an extention? And, Or Can I put 1/2 of the money down and pay it off on Nov 9th ( when I get paid)?I work for the schools and they only pay us once a month and Im a new employee. What happens if I don't? Is there a grace period from the last due date? How long is it? Thank you

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I am a senior citizen and I

I am a senior citizen and I only receive One payment a month for Social Security . I was wondering if I could Get a Extention or do I just need to pay the extra when I am able to pay the fee?

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I am traveling and was

I am traveling and was wondering if can you buy a NEW truck from a dealership out of state and register it in California?

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I just submitted an online

I just submitted an online payment for my registration and I was not given any type of confirmation that it went through Jst a screen that says there is nothing in my cart? Shouldn't I have received a confirmation page that says it went through? It's due tomorrow and I'm scared to resubmit it in case it did go through I can't afford to have it charged double?

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recently purchaced a old 77

recently purchaced a old 77 jeep wagoneer with a blown engine would like to drop in a chevy 350 but dont know if i can because of the smog

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Submitted by zazzle8 on 21st Oct 2013

If a car is registered in CA

If a car is registered in CA (originally from NJ), do I need to obtain a CA car insurance policy or can I still use the insurance I had in NJ?

Submitted by winhamjess951 on 16th Sep 2013

I paid the fee to change

I paid the fee to change ownership and registration last year in 2012 got my sticker now that my tags expired dmv never sent my registration and my tags expired in aug 2013 also i havent recived a notice from dmv to renew my tags what do i do

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Submitted by Grace Chu on 5th Jun 2013

I've paid for my car

I've paid for my car registration for July, 2013 to July 2014 too early, since then I've sold my car in May, 2013. Can I get my refund, and how?

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Submitted by jamesss on 29th May 2013

I bought a truck from a

I bought a truck from a dealership over 3 months ago, and when i purchased my truck i paid for taxes, title, and registration fees. I was told the registration would be mailed to my home address. Its now over 3 months/ 90 days, and i still havent received my registration. I am in the military and as of right now can not get decals to access my base where i work because temporary registrations are only good for 90 days. What can i do to get my registration since i have already paid for it?