DMV Registration | 3 quick ways to renew your California DMV registration

3 quickest ways to register your California vehicle with the California DMV.

You can visit your local DMV office, schedule an appointment, register with the DMV online, or get your FREE LOOK-UP & FREE CALCULATION and register at DMVRegistration.com with Cartagz®. Here are some of the Advantages and Disadvantages of both:

#1 DMV Walk In

Advantages

  • Your Registration Renewal is Issued Onsite
  • Schedule an appointment to speed up the wait in line process

Disadvantages

  • The DMV doesn’t accept Credit Cards for payment
  • To Make an appointment it can take 1-3 weeks
  • Walk In can take 1-3 hours out of your day

#2 DMV Online

 Advantages

  • You can Renew Registration Online

  • Standard Mail (USPS)

Disadvantages

  • Orders via the official online DMV.gov website Ships 7-14 Days

  • (RIN#) Notice, Address Update Required


#3 DMV Express

Renewing your vehicle registration is made easy with DMVRegistration.com – Begin your Order with a Free Look-up (You will be asked to enter your vehicle information such as last 5 digits of your VIN number, Licence plate number, and Zip Code) This will post your current DMV fees instantly and will give a calculation of total amount due. Once this amount is paid (service fee included) you are then issued your new registration card and or sticker. All Orders received by 4:00 pm ship same business day and the Delivery is Guaranteed!

Advantages

  •  Renew Registration Online

  • Your order will ships same day

  •  Priority Express Over Night option available upon request

  • Delivery is always Guaranteed (USPS)

Disadvantages

  • Cartagz® Fee $29
  • DMV BPA Fee $8

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Official – DMVregistration.com®, INC IS LICENSED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES. THIS SERVICE HAS NOT BEEN APPROVED OR ENDORSED BY ANY GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY, AND THIS OFFER IS NOT BEING MADE BY AN AGENCY OF THE GOVERNMENT.CALIFORNIA VEHICLE CODE (CVC) SECTION 1685.

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