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To renew your Pennsylvania vehicle registration by mail, follow the instructions on your renewal notice. If you have lost your notice or never received one you will need to fill out a Request for Registration (form MV-140). Return your renewal notice and payment to PennDOT at the address indicated on your notice.How much does it cost to renew your vehicle registration in Pennsylvania?
The standard car registration renewal cost in Pennsylvania is the same for all passenger vehicles. Consider the following common fees: Registering your vehicle for one-year costs $37. Registering your vehicle for two years costs $74. Note: DMV forms change regularly. The forms provided above are current based on the date of writing.What form do you need to complete to renew your vehicle registration?
To renew a car registration via the mail, you will need to fill out the “Request for Registration” form and include the vehicle’s title number, registration number and VIN, as well as stating its make and body type. Moreover, you need to state your name, date of birth and identification number.How long is the registration valid for in Pennsylvania?
If your vehicle is eligible (see your renewal notice OR contact PennDOT), you can register your vehicle for 2 years. You will have to pay double the registration fee.