New residents registration
- Florida driver’s license.
- Proof of auto insurance.
- Out-of-state title.
- VIN verification.
- Completed application for certificate of title with/without registration.
- Completed vehicle identification number and odometer verification.
- Registration and tax fees.
How much does it cost to register a car in Florida?
Bring cash or a major credit card to pay the registration fee. Registration fees in Florida vary by the weight of the car and whether or not it’s from out of state. Most new registrations in Florida are $225, but new cars and leases may be subject to sales taxes and other fees.
What do I need to bring to register my car?
Gather proof of your vehicle’s insurance, the vehicle identification number (VIN), proof of purchase (or the car’s title), your driver’s license and social security card, and proof of residence (such as a utility bill or a lease agreement), before you start the registration process.
How do I register a car without a title in Florida?
Use the Florida Go-Renew online electronic registration system (see Resources) to renew a vehicle’s registration in Florida, if no address or ownership changes are needed. This will not require a title. Enter your Social Security number and driver’s license number and pay registration fees with a credit card.
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