You can register your vehicle by visiting your local Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) or by mailing these documents to 6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E. Glen Burnie, MD 21062. Once the Maryland vehicle registration paperwork is filed, you will received tags valid for two years for most vehicles. When it comes time to complete a Maryland vehicle registration renewal, you can do so in person, by mail, or online.
New Maryland residents must register their vehicle within 60 days of moving. Registering a vehicle after 60 days of moving to the state may make you ineligible for a title tax credit to cover costs for certain required fees at the time of titling and registration. You may also be issued a citation for driving with an out of state registration.
If you are new to Maryland and have coverage from an out-of-state provider, you will need to contact them to have them convert your policy to a Maryland one. If your current provider does not offer that, you can shop for new coverage here.