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A New Car



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You or your business must register and title any vehicle you own or lease. Registrations do not need to be in the owner's name, or for only one person. When you purchase a new vehicle through an auto dealership, the auto dealer can register and title the vehicle, and issue plates (and charge a fee for this).


After you sell or give away a vehicle, you can transfer the registration and vehicle plates to another vehicle you own. You must bring all of the documents required to register a vehicle, along with a completed Statement of Transaction (if this is a vehicle you have just purchased and do not currently have the title or transferable registration in your name), to a DMV office.


Find out how to register and title your vehicle or trailer for the first time in Massachusetts. If your vehicle is already registered and titled in Massachusetts, visit the Vehicle Registration and/or Vehicle Certificate of Title pages.


Registration process & requirementsRegistering your new vehicle or vessel (i.e., boat) is easy, but it can only be done by appointment at a DMV hub or branch office, or a participating dealership.


Remember to bring all required documents and identification to your appointment, along with an acceptable form of payment.IMPORTANTBefore you schedule an appointment, check to make sure there are no outstanding compliance issues on your vehicle that could prevent you from registering:


If your ATV is registered in a state outside of Connecticut, you are allowed to operate it here only if the outside state grants similar privileges to residents of Connecticut. Currently, only Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, and Florida grant similar privileges to Connecticut ATV operators and are therefore the only states where you can register your ATV and still operate it in Connecticut.


The registration plate of your ATV must be affixed to the rear of the vehicle. In addition, each ATV must display the registration number on each side of its front section, midway between the top and bottom of the front section, in letters/numbers at least three inches tall and made of reflective material. The vehicle registration needs to be carried on the ATV and be available for inspection whenever the ATV is driven.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your bus as a classic vehicle will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your bus for commercial use will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: InspectionA public service bus registered to a livery type business will need Department of Transportation approval first and then DOT will inspect the vehicle. If the public service bus will be registered to a transit district, it does not require an inspection.Step 4: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your bus as a public service bus will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your bus as a school bus will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your bus as a school bus livery will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Register your busA seasonal vehicle is only used for a portion of the year. A seasonal bus can only be registered in-person at a DMV hub or branch office.Please follow the steps below to register your bus as a seasonal bus:Step 1: Check for any compliance issues with your busBefore you can register your bus as a seasonal vehicle, you may need to resolve any outstanding compliance issues such as unpaid taxes, outdated emissions testing, or other issues.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your bus as seasonal will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Registering your bus as a service bus can only be done in-person at a DMV hub or branch office.Please follow the steps below to register your bus as a service bus:Step 1: Check for any compliance issues with your busBefore you can register your bus, you may need to resolve any outstanding compliance issues such as unpaid taxes, outdated emissions testing, or other issues.


Step 3: Get an inspectionTo register your bus as a student transportation vehicle/service bus, you will need to get a student transportation bus inspection at the Wethersfield inspection lane. Learn more about inspections at the DMV.


Register your car or SUV (sport utility vehicle)A vehicle designated as personal use is used by a private resident and is the most common usage type. A personal vehicle, including cars or SUVs, can only be registered in-person at a DMV hub or branch office.


Step 3: Prepare to pay fees Registering your car or SUV as a classic vehicle will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesA combination use registration for your car or SUV will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Get an inspectionTo register your car or SUV as a combination student transportation vehicle, you will need to get a student transportation vehicle inspection at the Wethersfield inspection lane. Learn more about inspections at the DMV.


Register your car or SUV (sport utility vehicle)A car or SUV can only be registered as a taxi by appointment, in-person, at a DMV hub or branch office. Note: First-time taxi, livery or public service busses can only be registered at the Wethersfield hub office.Please follow the steps below to register your vehicle as a taxi:Step 1: Check for any compliance issues with your car or SUVBefore you can register, you may need to resolve any outstanding compliance issues such as unpaid taxes, outdated emissions testing, or other issues.


Step 3: Get an inspectionTo register your car or SUV as a taxi, you will need to get a taxi inspection at the Wethersfield inspection lane. Learn more about inspections at the DMV.


Step 4: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your vehicle as a taxi will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesGetting a factory registration for your industrial vehicle requires that you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your motorhome for commercial use will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistering your motorhome as a classic vehicle will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Register your personal watercraft (e.g., jet ski)Personal watercrafts, also known as jet skis, are subject to the same registration requirements as a vessel (i.e., boat). Review vessel registration process.


Step 3: Prepare to pay fees Registering your snowmobile will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Register your special mobile vehicleSpecial mobile vehicles are vehicles NOT designed or used primarily for transportation of persons and/or property and are only occasionally operated or moved over the highway (e.g., ditch digging equipment, self-propelled cranes, earth-moving equipment). Note that movement over the highways is usually restricted to and from construction sites. Note that movement of the vehicle will be restricted from place of storage to the construction site of from one site to another. These vehicles can only be registered in-person at a DMV hub or branch office.Please follow the steps below to register your special mobile vehicle for regular use:Step 1: Check for any compliance issues with your vehicleBefore you can register your special mobile vehicle for regular use, you may need to resolve any outstanding compliance issues such as unpaid taxes, outdated emissions testing, or other issues.


Step 3: Prepare to pay feesRegistration for your special mobile vehicle will require you to pay a registration fee, as well as sales tax on registration. Please see acceptable forms of payment.


Register your special mobile vehicleSpecial mobile equipment with commercial usage is for agricultural use only where commercial operation of agriculture support is limited to those services provided by a commercial entity to the agriculture industry and shall be limited to the spreading or spraying of materials to promote the growth of crops. Note that movement over the highways is usually restricted to and from construction sites. These vehicles can only be registered in-person at a DMV hub or branch office. 041b061a72


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