Where is the closest tag office?

All states offer as many vehicle services locations as possible to promote adherence to registration and titling laws. These offices, which some states refer to as as tag offices, can easily be found by visiting your state's DMV Web page. You'll find listings for each, including phone numbers, addresses and hours.  

These offices handle everything that's vehicle services related. This includes registration, titling and license plates and placards. To avoid possible lines, try visiting DMV locations in the middle of the month and week. Lines are always longest at the end of the month.  

In some states county treasurers and county clerks serve as tag agents. Depending on the size of your county, operating hours can be erratic. Closing for an hour or two during lunch is common with smaller county offices. Calling ahead is always recommended.

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