You need up-to-date registration in your state to legally operate your vehicle, so each year you'll need to renew it prior to its expiration date. If your expiration date is right around the corner, you've come to the right place. We'll walk you through the process of getting your car registration renewed as quickly and painlessly as possible. Just select your state and click "Get Started."
Renew your vehicle registration in Missouri
How to renew your vehicle registration in Missouri
The state will send you a notice in the mail letting you know when your regisration expires. You have the option to renew prior to the expiration date online or in person.
- Click here to go to the online service website.
- Have your credit card or debit card ready to pay for the renewal. You can also request an electronic withdrawal from your checking account.
- If you renew online there will be an additional convenience fee.
You cannot renew your registration online if:
- Your registration is expired.
- If you don't have a PIN printed on your renewal card.
- Your personal property tax records are not submitted to the department of revenue.
- You have a disabled plate and your renewal notice asks for a physician's statement.
Renewing in person:
- Visit your local DMV office in your area.
- Bring the renewal form with cash, check, credit or debit card to pay for the renewal.
- You may need a certificate proving you passed the emission and/or safety inspection you will be notified.
The fee can range from $18 to $100.