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Renewals

In New Hampshire A Vehicle Registration Always Starts In Your Town Clerk's Office.

The Town Clerk’s Office operates according to the state privacy rules.

Renew your Plates on-line Click Here

Prevew the the Renewal process using this Video!

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Renewals

Please bring in your old registration when you come to renew your vehicle. Because of the privacy regulations you must have the registration of all vehicles in order to renew any vehicle belonging to another individual.  You will need to show a photo ID for all motor vehicle transactions.

All new residents must bring their old registrations and proof of residency

Transfers (putting plates from your old car onto your new car)

Before you can use the plates you must start the transaction at the Town Clerk’s office. In most cases we can do everything here. Bring the current registration from the car you are taking the plates from, to the Clerk’s office. You will also need to bring in the paperwork for your new car as listed above. We will charge you for the new registration and credit you with the remaining amount you paid on your old car.

Forms

The Department of Safety has a web site and you can download many forms. http://www.nh.gov/safety/dmv/ or you may pick up a form at our office.

Substations Info

All state motor vehicle sub-stations are open from 8:15 until 4:15 Monday through Friday.

Epping Take Route 101 West to exit #7. Take a right on Route 125 and go for about 3 miles. Follow the “PLATE” signs. Motor vehicle will be on the right.

Dover Point Take Route 95 north to exit #4 (Spaulding Turnpike) then take exit 6W (over bridge) Follow the “PLATE” signs