How do I obtain duplicate PA car registration to replace one that is lost or damaged?

Pennsylvania Duplicate Registration

If your car registration is lost, stolen or damaged, obtaining a replacement is a snap. Fill out Form MV-44, available at the PennDOT website. It's called the "Application for Duplicate Registration, Replacement of Registration Plate, Renewal Sticker or Weight Class Sticker or Transfer of Registration."

The fee in PA for a duplicate vehicle registration is $1.50 if you ask for the duplicate when applying for the original, or $4.50 any time thereafter. It's $7.50 to replace a registration sticker or plate.

Pennsylvania Vehicle Registration

The process of renewing a vehicle registration through PennDOT is fairly simple, so make sure to keep current and legal. Change of address and registration renewal are readily accomplished online through the PennDOT website with a few basic pieces of information—such as your title number, license plate number, insurance information, and drivers license number—plus a valid credit card to pay your fees. Always register car, renew your registration, and replace a damaged or lost registration in a timley manner to avoid penalties.

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