DMVs are open for all driver license and ID card customers – no appointment is necessary. The
Driver License Guide is available to make an appointment where available. Vehicle transactions must be done online, by mail or 3rd party agents.
Need to change your address? Please
update your address before you renew online.
If you need to update or verify where your vehicle is kept go to
Vehicle kept in information.
This service may not be available on Sundays from 6 a.m.–9 a.m. due to regular system maintenance.
Renew your license plate now
You will be forwarded to U.S. Bank for the collection of your credit/debit card or checking/saving account data so that your payment can be processed. This data is classified as private and U.S. Bank will only use this data for the purpose of renewing your license plates. The online renewal is not complete until you receive a confirmation number at the end of the transaction.
Go paperless New Postcards
If you are eligible to renew your license plates online, you may also be eligible to receive renewal notices by email instead of receiving paper notices.
See eNotify for more information.
Watch for the redesigned registration renewal postcard. It has information on additional fees included in your registration. Learn more about going paperless, renewing online and signing up for eNotify to receive electronic renewal reminders.
View instructions to renew by mail