Living in North Dakota, you will need get your car registered with the North Dakota Department of Transportation (DOT). Every year you will have to renew this registration. The North Dakota DOT will help you by sending out a notice that will let you know the renewal is due. If you would rather get an email, you can go on the DOT website and sign up. Once you have received the notice, here is what you will need to do:
Going online to renew the registration
If you want to go online to pay these fees, you will be able to do so in just a few steps. Go to the NDDOT website and then put in the following information:
- The number that is on your renewal notice
- The title or license plate number of the vehicle
- Pay the fees that you owe
In person options in North Dakota
Some people prefer to renew their registration in person. If this is you, to go to your local DOT and do the following:
- The renewal notice that you have received signed by you
- The payment for the fees you owe for renewal
Fees for registration renewal in North Dakota
The fees that you will have to pay for this process will be based on the weight of the vehicle, the class and the year that it was registered. Be sure to call the county that you live in to see if there are any additional charges that you will have to pay. Be sure to have a proof of insurance with you when trying to handle the renewal process. You can find out more information on this process by going to the North Dakota DMV website. The more you know about this process, the easier you will find it to get this renewal handled.
This article originally appeared on YourMechanic.com as How to Renew Your Car Registration in North Dakota and was authored by Valerie Johnston.