Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I register my license plate in New Hampshire?

    To register your license plate in New Hampshire, you need to visit your local DMV office with the necessary documents, including proof of ownership, proof of insurance, and a completedregistration form. Pay the required fees, and you will receive your registration sticker and license plates.

  2. Can I customize my license plate?

    Yes, New Hampshire offers various customization options for license plates. You can choose specialty plates that support charitable causes or display your favorite sports team. There may be additional fees associated with custom plates, and some options may have specific eligibility requirements.

  3. How do I renew my license plates?

    License plate renewal in New Hampshire can be done online, by mail, or in person at the DMV office. You will typically receive a renewal notice by mail with instructions and the necessary forms. Follow the provided instructions, pay the renewal fee, and your new registration sticker will be mailed to you.

  4. What should I do if my license plates are lost or stolen?

    If your license plates are lost or stolen, it's important to report it to the local law enforcement agency and obtain a police report. Then, visit your local DMV office to request replacement plates. You may need to provide the police report, your identification, and pay a fee for the replacement plates.

  5. Can I transfer my license plates to a new vehicle?

    Yes, you can usually transfer your license plates to a new vehicle in New Hampshire. Visit your local DMV office with the required documents, including the vehicle's proof of ownership and insurance, your existing license plates, and a completed transfer form. Pay any necessary fees, and your plates will be transferred to the new vehicle.