Registration

Relating to vehicle registration.

Refund of Registration

You may be eligible for a full or partial refund of the registration fee under the following conditions:

Purchased Outside of U.S.

Note: No credit for taxes paid to other countries (only U.S. States and Canadian Jurisdictions)

New Vehicle (never registered)

You need to submit the following documents obtained from the dealer:

Change Name/Address

Change Address Online

You can update your address on file in just a few minutes with DMV Express. You can also choose to update your voting address. (Please note that updating your voting address is not immediate and may take 4-6 weeks.)

Update My Address

What you'll need:

  • Your Vermont-issued Driver's License number or the License Plate number
  • This service is free

 

Why do I need to let the DMV know when my name and/or address changes?

Vermont law requires that an individual who has been issued: 1) a Vermont driver license, driver permit, non-driver identification card, and/or 2) a Vermont vehicle/motorboat/snowmobile registration, to notify the Vermont DMV of any change in name and/or address within 30 days of the date of the change. The DMV mails any correspondence (such as license renewal notices, vehicle registrations, etc.) to whatever address we have on our computer records for an individual. The information we have on our computer records reflects the most recent information you have supplied to us.

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Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles
120 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05603-0001

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