License plates can be renewed at your County Tag Office. If you have not received a renewal notice by the first week of your registration month or you received an uncalculated renewal notice, contact your County Tag Office. Even if a renewal notice is not received, the taxes and penalties still apply.
If your address has changed, have your address corrected on your Georgia driver’s license or ID card first then have your address changed at your County Tag Office.
- You must live in a participating county.
- Your renewal notice must have a Renewal Identification Number (RIN).
- All registration fees, taxes, and convenience fees must be paid by debit card, credit care, or electronic check. (You will know the actual cost before completing the transaction and cancel at any time before the transaction is complete.)
- In counties requiring emission testing, your vehicle must pass inspection prior to renewing.
In-Person or Mail-in Renewal
Vehicle Registrations can be renewed at your County Tag Office. The following information is required:
- Renewal notice
Note: If your renewal notice has incorrect information, you will need a completed and signed Form MV-1 Title/Tag Application.
- When applying in-person, you must show your valid Georgia driver’s license or Identification card.
- Proof of Georgia liability insurance (if applicable).
- If you live in a participating county, proof that your vehicle has passed emission’s inspection.
- Payment for all fees and/or taxes due. Check with your county for acceptable payment types.
Penalties may apply if you fail to renew your license plate during your registration period.