How do I replace lost or damaged FL license plate stickers, tabs or tags? Florida

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Florida Car Tags Replacement

Obtaining replacements a fairly simple process.

Just complete the Application for Replacement License Plate, Validation Decal, or Parking Permit. You can find it online at the DHSMV site. Then, bring the completed form and your current vehicle registration to your local tax collector's office to be issued your replacements.

Replacement fees vary; contact the tax collector's office for more specific information. You won't have to pay a replacement fee if you've been cited by law enforcement, or if your license plates were stolen and you reported this to police.

If you have special license plates and they're not available through the tax collector's office, you'll need to mail your paperwork and payment (if applicable) to:

Division of Motor Vehicles
Direct Mail and Title Correction Service
MS #72
Neil Kirkman Building
Tallahassee, FL  32399

License Plate Reminder

Don't drive with missing plates, stickers, or an expired car registration or you could receive a traffic ticket and a fine.

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