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For over six years, eTags has been saving drivers time and the hassles typically associated with DMV paperwork. Thanks to an efficient and secure web app, you can now register your Ohio vehicle online. Right from your cellphone too! No appointment needed, no waiting in line! Plus, if you need a title transfer along with your tags, let us know!
With close to one million total reviews and counting, we’re delighted to continue serving drivers across multiple states including NY, FL, CA, MD, PA, and now OH services! Our five-star rated customer support can assist with your Ohio order, as well as help resolve issues that may stop you from renewing your tags such as tolls and parking tickets.
The Buckeye State allows drivers to renew their vehicle registration up to 90 days before it’s expired to help Ohioan drivers avoid penalties and fines. With eTags you can renew online for both owned vehicles and leased ones. No appointments, no waiting for your turn. We’ll just need your license plate number, year and make and you’re well on your way to renewing your Ohio registration.
In Ohio, you must have auto insurance coverage to register your vehicle. The minimum requirements include bodily injury and property damage liability coverage:
The average cost of full coverage car insurance in the U.S. is $1,555, which breaks down to $130 per month. Ohio car insurance average is second lowest in the U.S., about $998 for full coverage.
The Clean Air Act requires certain states to conduct vehicle inspections to control vehicle emissions and help meet national air quality standards. In 1996, Ohio began its vehicle emissions testing program called E-Check, to identify vehicles that emit excessive levels of air pollutants.
It’s mandatory for all vehicles more than 4 years old and up to 25 years old. But, not every vehicle owner in Ohio has to get an E-check inspection, only those residing in the following seven counties:
E-Check county residents that purchase multi-year registrations must continue to comply with the regular biennial E-Check requirements. Motorcycles, motorhomes, recreational vehicles, historical and collector’s vehicles and those weighing over 10,000 pounds GVWR are permanently exempt from the E-Check program. But have to get a one-time visual inspection by Ohio EPA Mobile Source field staff.
As of January 2020, hybrid and electric vehicle owners in Ohio are paying extra fees for their registration renewal. $100 more for standard, gasoline- hybrids and $200 more for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids. With eTags online, you can renew your EV registration in just a few click