January 16, 2021

Registrations

Gov. Mike DeWine signed a bill Tuesday extending the expiration date for driver’s licenses, state identification cards and vehicle registrations in Ohio.



a person riding a skateboard down a sidewalk: Dozens of people wait in line outside the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles in the Southern Village Shopping Center in Springfield earlier this year after locations were reopened across the state. BILL LACKEY/STAFF


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Dozens of people wait in line outside the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles in the Southern Village Shopping Center in Springfield earlier this year after locations were reopened across the state. BILL LACKEY/STAFF

Previously, the deadline was Dec. 1. Now, driver’s licenses, state IDs and vehicle registrations with an expiration date between March 9, 2020, and April 1, 2021, will automatically be extended to July 1, 2021, according to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

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Ohioans can visit OPlates.com for many BMV services, including purchasing a temporary tag, renewing vehicle registration, ordering a new license plate and more.

Anyone who needs to visit a BMV location can use the department’s “Get in Line Online” virtual queueing system. The service allows Ohioans to get in line virtually before they arrive at the BMV.

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Earlier this year, the expiration dates for IDs and registration were extended after DeWine temporarily closed BMV locations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The BMV reopened in May, but the extension remained in place so that people wouldn’t have to rush to locations.

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Your ‘registration‘ is the sticker placed on your windshield and the paper registration certificate that you must keep in your vehicle. 

You or your business must register and title any vehicle you own or lease. Registrations do not need to be in the owner’s name, or for only one person. Auto dealers can register and title vehicles, and issue plates (and charge a fee for this).

See information about vehicle plates or vehicle titles.

 

Vehicles already registered in New York

Renew

You can renew your registration online and print a 10 day document to use until your new registration arrives in the mail. Please note: If your vehicle has been altered or stretched to increase the number of passengers or if there are other special circumstances, you cannot renew your registration online. See additional information and other ways to renew a registration.

Renew registration online

 

Other transactions

Suspensions

See information on registration suspensions due to

Register a vehicle in New York

You must register any vehicle owned by you or your business. 2 

Cars, trucks, SUVs, vans and motorcycles 3

Recreational vehicles

Trailers, agricultural and farm vehicles


Special situations

See what you need to register 

Complete DMV’s Document Guide to make sure you have the correct proofs of identification and other documents before you come to the DMV.

 

Find your proofs for registration

 

Transfer the registration from another vehicle you own

After you sell or give away a vehicle, you can transfer the registration and vehicle plates to another vehicle you own. You must bring all of the documents required to register a vehicle, along with a completed Statement of Transaction (if this is a vehicle you have just purchased and do not currently have the title or transferable registration in your name), to a DMV office.

 

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