How to Replace a Car Registration in New Hampshire
You must replace a lost car registration in New Hampshire if you misplace your current registration card or believe that it may have been stolen from you.
Obtaining a duplicate registration is also necessary if your registration is no longer legible due to damage or you have recently changed your address or name. To do so, you must submit your request to the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), a branch under the New Hampshire Department of Safety.
To learn more about the steps you must take to replace your DMV credentials, review the information below.
How to Replace a Lost Registration in New Hampshire
To obtain a duplicate registration card after damage, loss or theft, you must complete an application for a new copy of the registration and submit it to the New Hampshire DMV.
“Can you print your car registration online in NH?” you may wonder. Typically, you can submit your request in person or by mail. You cannot submit your request online at this time. Download our free guide for detailed instructions on how to request a replacement registration.
To purchase a replacement credential in person, you must visit your local DMV registration branch or municipal agent office. During your office visit, submit a completed application and payment for the required fee.
When you replace car registration credentials by mail, you must forward your completed application and payment for the required fee to the DMV’s office in Concord.
If you are in need of a certified auto registration replacement for legal purposes, you can complete a special request form, pay a fee and submit it to the DMV’s Concord office.
You have two options when completing the request: doing it in person or by mail.
How to Get a New Hampshire DMV Copy of Registration Decals and Plates
In addition to registration cards, you can also obtain replacement car registration tags and/or stickers. In this case, submit an application and payment for the required fee to any DMV office in person or by mail.
Additional information about these application methods is available in the following sections.
To purchase replacement plates and/or decals in person, visit any DMV branch or municipal agent office. After submitting your request, you will receive a temporary license plate and operating permit.
To request duplicate car registration plates and/or decals by mail, forward your application materials to the DMV’s Concord office.
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