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Your car registration is an important legal document, so if your address changes, you may want to update your registration to match it. Changing your address on your car registration can be a hassle, but we've made it much easier by pooling all the information you need together in one place. Just select your state and click "Get Started."

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Changing Address On Car Registration In Minnesota

How to change the address on car registration in Minnesota

For some people, on their life journey, they save, get promoted, inherit, win or get money by any other means and decide that their current place is too small or they need a change. They choose to relocate to other places in the same state. Maybe a larger home, more backyard space or for any other reason. People will always move no matter where they are located. For the residents of Minnesota, it is no different. The ones who are in possession of a motor vehicle should try to get the information on their car registration updated. This will add to the ease with which their transactions are completed in instances where they are required to produce the information.

Motorists in Minnesota who are currently moving or relocating are legally required to get a newly updated car registration. Changing address on a car registration is mandatory when a move is completed. The law in Minnesota requires that the change be made within 1 month of changing the address. Imperative information on your privilege to drive, renewal of license and other information is supplied to the address of the registration holder.

This is the recorded address and it has to be accurate. The process of changing address on car registration is a simple one; the officials at the Minnesota DVS (Driver and Vehicle Services) can use the current license with your photo to verify the identity of the owner. If the information is not updated with the DVS, then additional sources of identification will be required.