here are numerous steps and requirements that go into changing a vehicle registration address. In this article, I’m going to go into these steps and requirements and tell your exactly what you need to do to change your registration address. I’m also going to go over any fees and waiting periods you may encounter while changing your registration address.
How to Change the Address on Your License or ID
Before you can change the address on your vehicle’s registration, you must first change the address on either your license or ID. In order to change the address on your license or ID, you must first meet several requirements. If you are changing your license or ID address in person, you must provide proof of your U.S. citizenship, proof of your Social Security number and proof of your residence.
- Acceptable forms of proof of your U.S. citizenship are an original birth certificate or a U.S passport.
- Acceptable forms of proof of your Social Security number are your Social Security card or a W-2 form.
- Acceptable forms of proof of your residency are a utility bill or a bank statement.
Once you have provided the acceptable forms of documentation, you can then provide your local Division of Driver’s Licenses with your new address, pay a $25 fee and get your updated license or ID sent to you within several weeks. If you want to change your registration address online, then you have to follow a different set of steps. The first step in changing your registration address online is going online and using the FL DHSMV GoRenew system. Once there, you will need to provide them with your license or ID card number, the last 4 digits of your SSN, your birthdate and your credit/debit card number. You will then be charged a $25 fee and receive your updated license or ID within several weeks.
How to Change Your Vehicle Registration Address
Once you have changed the address on your license or ID, you can then change the address on your vehicle registration. In order to change the address on your vehicle registration in person, you need to provide proof of your U.S. citizenship and your FL residence. Acceptable forms of proof of your U.S. citizenship are a permanent resident card or a U.S passport. Acceptable forms of proof of your residency are a bank statement or a utility bill. Once you provide the necessary documentation, you are then asked to provide your new address and pay a $2.50 fee. Once the fee is paid, your vehicle registration will be updated. To change your registration address online, you must go online and use the GoRenew Online system. Once there, you must provide them with your driver’s license or ID card number, your VIN, the last 4 digits of your social security number and your date of birth. You are then asked to pay a $2.50 fee and, if you pay the fee, you will receive your updated vehicle registration within a few weeks.
Now You Know How to Change Your Vehicle Registration Address!
Throughout this article, I have gone over the different vehicle registration address requirements that are necessary to change your vehicle registration address. I have also gone over the fees and waiting periods that come with changing your registration address. With that being said, I hope this article was informative and you will now know what to do if you ever need to change a registration address.