Vehicle Registration Renewal

With DMVNow, users can access a wide range of services. A new account can be created, an address can be changed, or a license, ID, title, or registration can be ordered online.


Moreover, they can renew their registration, license, and identification, surrender licenses they don’t need, track their delivery, and more. There is no fee for appointments with DMVNow. When booking through the DMV’s website, make sure you book directly.

Renewing Vehicle Registration On The DMVNow Portal

Virginia’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offers online vehicle registration renewal with little effort. Maintenance and construction of roads and highways require renewal fees, which are essential resources for the state. You will receive a renewal notice several weeks before your registration expires.

Usually, renewal notices are mailed, so if you have recently moved, you should update your address with the VA DMV. Even if you have not received a renewal notice, you must renew your plates before they expire. In addition, the DMV offers electronic registration renewal notices. You can register online or at your local DMV Customer Service Center to receive electronic notices.


You can renew your registration in person by going to either the DMV Select program or your local DMV Customer Service Center. You will have to pay an additional $5 per transaction when visiting a DMV Customer Service Center (meaning you will have to pay the $5 fee every time you renew your registration).

By logging into your account on the official portal, you can even renew your vehicle’s registration. Furthermore, you can renew your membership by mail. Ensure that the renewal notice you received in the mail contains all the information you need. It is recommended that you complete an emissions test if applicable. Your new address should be noted on your notice if it has changed. If any other information on your notice is incorrect (e.g., name or vehicle information), please contact the DMV at (804) 497-7100.