ATLANTA - The Department of Revenue (DOR) is reminding Georgians of the upcoming vehicle registration deadline on Monday, June 15, 2020, for registrations that were extended due to COVID-19

The registrations that were extended were those that expired or are set to expire between March 16, 2020, and June 14, 2020. This extension applied to all annual registrations, including personal passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, vehicles registered in the International Registration Plan (IRP), and Temporary Operating Permits (TOPs) issued at the time of a vehicle purchase. Registrations that expired before March 16, 2020, did not qualify for this extension. 

“This extended deadline gave Georgians more time to register a new vehicle or renew current vehicle registrations due to COVID-19. However, now that county tag offices are open to the public, it is time to go back to the standard process,” stated Revenue Commissioner David Curry.

For registrations that expire on June 15, 2020, or after, renewals are due as normal.

Although county tag offices have reopened, Georgians are encouraged to use the DRIVES system to renew their vehicle registration online. 

 

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