How do I renew my FL license plate stickers? Florida

When it comes to renewing your license plates, Florida provides four options: online, by mail, by phone, and in person. (You should get your car renewal tags within 7-10 business days if you renew by phone, mail, or online.)

Before you dive in, though, keep in mind that not all renewal options may be available to you. Call (850) 617-2000 for additional information regarding car tags renewal.

FL Online Registration Renewal

  1. Visit the Florida GoRenew site.
  2. Provide the required information, starting with your license plate number.
  3. Pay your vehicle registration renewal fee with your Visa, MasterCard, or American Express card.

FL Mail Registration Renewal

  1. Find the renewal card you received in the mail.
  2. Complete any required sections.
  3. Mail the document and your fee payment to the address provided.

FL Phone Registration Renewal

  1. Locate your renewal card and grab your personal identification number (PIN) from it.
  2. Dial (866) 467-3639 to renew using the automated system.
  3. Pay your renewal fee with your MasterCard, Visa, or American Express card.

FL In-Person Registration Renewal

  1. Get your renewal card or current car registration.
  2. Find your auto insurance card.
  3. Bring both to a county tax collector's office.
  4. Pay your renewal fee.

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