Drivers in Indiana are required to renew car registrations at a specific time every year. By doing so, Indiana drivers can continue to freely use their vehicles without facing penalties and late fees.
A few weeks before your registration expires, you will receive a notice from the IN BMV, stating that your car registration renewal is due. This notice will include information such as your renewal date, details about the fees, ways you can renew your registration and information about the emission testing. The renewal procedure is fairly simple and the IN BMV offers four ways to complete this process:
If you need your registration right away, the best way for you to do it is in person, at your local BMV office. If you want to leave the branch with your new registration and plate stickers in hand, make sure you bring along the required documents, which include:
The fees charged to complete a car registration renewal tend to vary, depending on the type of vehicle you drive or or the country where you reside in Indiana. General fees are as follows:
To renew your registration by mail, you will have to follow the instructions on the renewal notice you received. Make sure you read the information carefully, gather the necessary documents and mail then to the appointed address on the notice envelope. Make sure to include proper payment for the renewal fee.
If you have not received a renewal notice, contact the local BMV office to check if your current address is on file.
Your renewed car registration materials should be mailed to you within 14 days time.
Online vehicle registration renewal is the easiest way to complete the process without leaving the comfort of your own home. The first thing you need to do is visit the IN BMV website and create an account on the myBMV webpage. Double check your entered information and provide proof of an emissions testing report or certificate,if requested. In order to pay for the renewal fee, use an e-check or a credit card. Once you finish this transaction, print your payment receipt and wait for your renewal registration items to be delivered within 14 business days.
If you do not receive the renewal materials, contact your local BMV office or simply track your documents online.
Another easy way to renew your car registration is by phone, plus it will take up a few minutes of your time. All you need to do is call 317-233-60000 and follow the instructions. However, make sure you have a credit card for the vehicle registration fee and the renewal notice in front of you prior to calling.
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