What is the car registration fee in Florida? Florida

Florida vehicle registration fees vary a bit. But, you can get an idea below of what to expect.

FL Basic Car Registration Fees

  • Up to 2499 pounds: $46.15
  • 2500-3499 pounds: $57.15
  • 3500 pounds and over: $70.65
Those are for annual renewals. See below for biennial rates.
  • Up to 2499 pounds: $92.30
  • 2500-3499 pounds: $114.30
  • 3500 pounds and over: $141.30
Other fees may apply in your situation, no matter what type of registration you choose.

Register Car Inspection Requirements

If you're registering a used vehicle that doesn't have a Florida title, your car must undergo a vehicle identification number (VIN) inspection. It's easy to complete; in fact, a tax collector office employee, a police officer, or a licensed motor vehicle dealer can do it for you. Just be sure to bring the completed VIN inspection form (available through the FHSMV) to the tax collector's office.

Florida ended its smog check/emissions testing program in 2000. So, you don't have to worry about smog or emissions compliance during the registration renewal or the car registration process - and you don't have to worry about another fee.

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