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Application for Duplicate New Hampshire Registration

Getting a vehicle title and registration is a part of legally owning a vehicle in the state of New Hampshire, as it is in other states. It is important to note that the process of registering a vehicle in the state of New Hampshire differs somewhat from the process in other states. Aside from 20-day temporary plates, moped registrations, and some military personnel registrations, all vehicle registrations have to begin at either the city or town level.

You have to declare residency with the town or city in which you live before you can register a vehicle in that town or city. In the event you’ve lost your vehicle registration, you will have to get a duplicate vehicle registration. You can apply for a duplicate vehicle registration by filling out and completing an Application for Copy of Registration form.

Application for New Hampshire Driver’s License

Another part of legally operating a motor vehicle in the state of New Hampshire is having a valid and current driver’s license. Thankfully, the process of applying for a New Hampshire driver’s license is relatively straightforward. You start off by paying the license fee and having your picture taken.

You then have to pass a vision test in order to ensure that you can see well enough to drive safely in the state of New Hampshire. After that, you have to pass both a knowledge test and a road test before you are issued your New Hampshire driver’s license. You do have to complete and submit both an Application for Driver’s License and proper identification and residency documentation for the kind of driver’s license you want. If you want a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, you can learn more by going here. You can get a driver’s license that is not REAL ID-compliant by providing the documents listed here.

Application for New Hampshire Non-Driver ID Card

Your driver’s license is certainly not the only form of acceptable identification in the state of New Hampshire. If you do not qualify for a driver’s license, you can still get a New Hampshire non-driver ID card. In order to do so, you must be at least 12 years old and not have a current valid driver’s license. You will have to provide identification and residency documents whether you want a REAL ID-compliant ID card or an ID card that is not REAL ID-compliant. You can make an appointment at a DMV office to apply for a non-driver ID card.

You will need to bring a completed Application for Non-Driver Identification with you to the DMV office along with the aforementioned identification and residency documents. You will also have to bring payment for the ID card. The fee for the ID card is $10. You will receive a temporary, 60-day paper ID card and the permanent one will be mailed to you.

Application for Release of Motor Vehicle Records

You can also apply to get various motor vehicle records released from the New Hampshire DMV. There are several kinds of motor vehicle records you can request from the DMV. You can request driver information such as your driving record if you wish. You can also apply to receive your registration and title information from the New Hampshire DMV, as well.

You can also submit an application for ticket, accident, or court information regarding yourself, too. Only certain third parties can request your motor vehicle records from the DMV. You can also authorize someone else to request your motor vehicle records if you wish. You can find the application for Release of Motor Vehicle Records here if you need to request motor vehicle records from the New Hampshire DMV.

Application for Duplicate New Hampshire Vehicle Title

A vehicle title is required for the vast majority of vehicles in the state of New Hampshire. It is also typically required for buying or selling a vehicle. This is the case unless the vehicles are title exempt which you can learn more about here. As a result, it is important that you do not lose or misplace your vehicle title.

In the event that you do lose the original vehicle title, you will have to apply for a duplicate title. You can find the Application for Duplicate Certificate of Title here. You will have to pay a $25 fee in order to get a duplicate vehicle title.

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