Most people forget that driving on the roadways of South Dakota is a privilege. There are a variety of things that have to be done to these roadways to keep them in good shape. Paying the fees to register your car with the South Dakota DMV. While registering the car is important, you will also need to make sure that it is renewed each year. You will be able to get some help with remembering when it is due because the South Dakota DMV will send out a notice. Here is what you will need to do when receiving this notice.
Using the online option
The best way to get the renewal process done without having to take a lot of time out of your schedule is by going online. The state of South Dakota has an online registration site that you will be able to use. Here is what you will need to do:
- The notice that you have receive in the mail has a PIN on it
- The PIN will allow you to access the information that the DMV has on your car
- Pay the fees that the system says you owe for your renewal
Handling it in person
If you would rather go into handle this in person, then you can also do that. You will need to go to the county clerk’s office where you live. Here is what you will need to take with you:
- The notice that you have received in the mail
- Proof that you have insurance on the car
- Your driver’s license
- The money to pay your fees
You can also mail in the information to the local county treasurer’s office if you so desire.
The fees for renewal in South Dakota
The fees that you will have to pay for this renewal will vary by the weight and model of the car that you have. Call your local treasurer to figure out what you have to pay before going in.
You can find out more information on this process by going to the South Dakota DMV website. There, you will find a variety of tips and information regarding all of the registration processes in your area.
This article originally appeared on YourMechanic.com as How to Renew Your Car Registration in South Dakota and was authored by Valerie Johnston.