How to Change Your Address on Your Vermont Registration
By law, you must perform a Vermont DMV change of address within 30 days of changing your mailing or physical address. If you fail to change car registration address information in a timely manner, you may not receive renewal notices from the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or other important correspondence pertaining to your license plates.
To update your address with the Vermont DMV, you may submit your request online, in person or by mail. When you change the address on your vehicle registration records, you can update the information on your driver records and voter registration at the same time.
Learn more about each of these application methods in the sections below.
How can I change my car registration address in Vermont?
To perform an address change on car registration credentials, you may visit the state’s online DMV Express portal to submit your request electronically, or you may forward a paper application directly to the Department if you prefer to do so.
If you wish to change your car registration address in person or by mail, you must use a correction application. If you wish to update your vehicle registration, voter information and Vermont driver’s license records at the same time, you may forward an application for a replacement registration. You can use this application to update all DMV records at once.
How to Update Online
To submit your change of address online in VT, visit the state’s DMV Express portal to provide your driver’s license number or the license plate number of your registered vehicle. After providing this information, you will need to provide your date of birth, the last four digits of your Social Security Number (SSN) and your new address.
If you need to change the address on your registration, driver’s license and voter records, this online method will be the quickest and most convenient option for you.
To perform an address change on registration credentials in person rather than online, visit a local DMV office to submit an official application. There is no fee to update the address on your vehicle registration and driver’s license records, unless you wish to purchase a replacement registration card or driver’s license at that time.
To submit your DMV change of address form by mail, forward your completed application to the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles in Montpelier. If you wish to purchase a replacement registration card and/or driver’s license that displays your new address, you must also enclose payment for the required fee.