As a child, when your birthday rolled around you thought of cake, balloons and presents. But as you get a bit older, the happiness that builds up as your birthday nears turns into dread. You start looking at your birthday as a reminder that you are one year older. Oh, and that your car registration is up for renewal (what joy!). Birthdays shouldn’t be spent in long lines at the DMV waiting or sulking over the fact that your youth is slowly being drained by Father Time. You should still be thinking about cake, balloons and presents!
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How Often Do You Have to Renew a Florida Vehicle Registration?
The registration period for a car in Florida runs from the listed owner’s birthday to midnight of their birthday on the following year. For most typical vehicle owners in Florida, an extended vehicle registration of two years is available, but requires a double payment of the fees. There are some exceptions where a registration must be completed annually. For example, if the vehicle has a restricted plate. Depending on the county, you may or may not get notice regarding renewing your vehicles registration prior to your birthday.
With etags.com now offering registration renewal service in Florida, you’ll have full-control and automation online each year for your vehicle renewal. You can auto-renew if there are no changes to your information, or simply login and update your profile with any new information and renew instantly. Multiple cars, multiple names, business names – we got you covered.
What Do You Need in Order to Renew Your Registration in Florida?
When visiting your local DMV, proof of vehicle insurance is required when renewing your Florida automobile registration. But why waste half or even a whole day at the DMV for a couple of decals and a piece of paper? On our website, having your insurance policy number and the insurance company’s name is sufficient to complete your registration renewal. Additionally, your cars plate number, vehicle owner information, and a credit card or debit card to process the payment is all that is needed.
Do You Get New Plates When You Renew Your Registration?
Florida only requires a car owner to change the plates every 10 years. Your vehicle registration renewal simply involves new stickers and a registration certificate. Go to etags.com and in just a few minutes, you can renew your registration and receive your sticker and registration certificate in the mail. A copy of the registration certificate will be emailed in secured PDF format and your hard copy will be shipped about 300% faster than the DMV. If you’re driving with expired tags, you can simply print out your PDF as a temporary copy to place in your car until your new plate decal and renewed registration have arrived.
Spending hours in line, waiting for your number to be called at the DMV is no way to spend your birthday. Or any day for that matter! Try etags.com today and make your life easier. Plus, with a friendly, attentive customer support team to help with you any issues that may bar you from renewing your registration, you’ll turn a dreaded day into an awesome day again.