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To renew your vehicle registration, you must have an active insurance policy for your vehicle or trailer. Your registration renewal application that is mailed to you will tell you whether you have an active insurance policy on file with the RMV. If you don’t have an active policy, you must get your application stamped by your insurance agent to show proof of insurance.
You will not receive a renewal application and you can't renew your vehicle registration if:
You can check your vehicle registration status to find out whether you can renew.
Depending on your type of registration, you will have to pay different fees. See our Schedule of Fees.
To renew your vehicle registration online, you will need:
You can call the RMV's Contact Center to renew your vehicle registration. You will need to provide:
You can also renew your vehicle registration over the phone if the registration renewal application you received in the mail includes a Phone ID. Call 866-MassRMV (866-627-7768) any time and follow the voice instructions. You will need:
Renewing by mail involves the longest processing time and delays may occur. To renew your vehicle registration by mail, send your completed application (with Insurance Stamp, if applicable) along with a check or money order payable to MassDOT to:
Registry of Motor Vehicles
Attention: Mail-In Registration Department
PO Box 55891
Boston, MA 02205-5891
To renew your vehicle registration in person, bring your completed renewal application (with an Insurance Stamp, if applicable) and payment for the required fee to:
Most RMV Service Centers accept cash, checks, and money orders for registration renewals. Since payment methods vary by location, check what’s accepted at the site you will be visiting.
If your insurance agent or vehicle dealer is an approved Electronic Vehicle Registration (EVR) provider, you may be able to renew in person at your agent’s or dealer’s location. Contact your agent or dealer to learn if they are an EVR provider.
If you did not receive an application in the mail, you may download and complete the Vehicle Registration Renewal Form below.
If you are leasing a vehicle or trailer, the RMV will send the renewal application to the leasing company. You should get that application from the leasing company and renew the registration through one of the methods listed above. The new registration and plate decal will be mailed to the leasing company. If you do not receive your new registration and plate decal 7 days before the expiration of your existing registration, you should contact your leasing company.