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Registering a car in Vermont involves several steps, forms, and fees. This guide will provide all the necessary information to register your vehicle in Vermont.

Types of Registrations

In Vermont, there are various types of vehicle registrations:

  • Passenger vehicles
  • Trucks
  • Motorcycles
  • Trailers
  • Motorhomes
  • Farm vehicles
  • Antique vehicles

Each type of registration may have specific requirements and fees.

Types of Registrations

In Vermont, there are various types of vehicle registrations:

  • Passenger vehicles
  • Trucks
  • Motorcycles
  • Trailers
  • Motorhomes
  • Farm vehicles
  • Antique vehicles

Each type of registration may have specific requirements and fees.

Steps to Register a Vehicle in Vermont

  • Obtain the necessary documents: Gather the required documents, such as the vehicle’s title, bill of sale, odometer disclosure statement, and proof of insurance.
  • Complete the registration application: Fill out the Vermont Registration, Tax, and Title Application (Form VD-119). This form can be downloaded from the Vermont DMV website.
  • Prepare the fees: The registration fees vary depending on the type of vehicle and its weight. You can find a detailed list of fees on the Vermont DMV website.
  • Submit the application and fees: Visit your local Vermont DMV office to submit the completed application, required documents, and fees. You can find a list of DMV offices on the Vermont DMV website.
  • Receive your registration and license plates: After your application is processed, you will receive your vehicle registration and license plates. The processing time can vary, but it typically takes up to 10 business days.
  • Renewing Your Registration

    Vehicle registrations in Vermont must be renewed annually. You can renew your registration online, by mail, or in person at a Vermont DMV office.

    Online Renewal

    Renewal by Mail

    • Complete the registration renewal form sent to you by the Vermont DMV.
    • Prepare a check or money order for the renewal fees.
    • Mail the completed form and payment to the address provided on the form.

    In-Person Renewal

    • Visit your local Vermont DMV office.
    • Bring your current registration, proof of insurance, and payment for the renewal fees.
    • Complete the registration renewal process at the DMV office.

    By following this guide, you can successfully register and renew your vehicle registration in the state of Vermont. Always keep your registration and insurance information up-to-date and in your vehicle.

    Last Verified:
    May 26, 2023