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

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If you lose or damage your vehicle registration in Missouri (MO), visit a local Department of Revenue (DOR) service center. A list of MO DOR service centers is available at the DOR website.

Replacing a Lost or Damaged Missouri Vehicle Registration

Information that you will provide to the DOR regarding your register car replacement card includes:

  • Your first and last names.
  • Telephone number.
  • Street mailing address (including city, state, and zip code).
  • Make, model, and year of the auto.
  • Original motor car registration number (if you have the damaged registration card, give it to the clerk at the DOR service center).
  • Vehicle identification number.
Dial (573) 526-3669 to contact the DOR as soon as you lose your registration card to avoid receiving a traffic ticket. Most offices throughout the state are open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. While on the phone, inquire about your new registration fees.

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