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

Register Car in MD and Duplicate Car Registration

If your vehicle registration card goes missing, you'll need to replace it as quickly as possible. Otherwise, if stopped, you'll be ticketed if you cannot provide proof of registration.

Your can obtain a duplicate vehicle registration card by ordering online via the MVA's website. To apply, you'll need:

  • Your MD license plate number.  
  • Your Maryland vehicle title number.
  • Visa, Mastercard, American Express or check to pay the $5 duplicate car registration fee (money orders and travelers checks not accepted).

After submitting, you'll then be given the option to print a temporary car registration card. This will allow you to drive without fear of getting ticketed until the MVA mails your duplicate car registration card.

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