Vehicle Registration Suspensions and Insurance Program
DMV's customers will be charged a 2.1% service fee on all debit and credit card transactions made on the DMV website, DMV Now Kiosks, and automated telephone system.
To use this online service, you should have received a letter from the DMV stating your vehicle registration will be suspended in the near future or has already been suspended. Click the "Start" button below to begin. This will allow you to access the current status of your vehicle registration insurance and suspension, identify any outstanding requirements due, and provides a service option for submitting insurance information and/or payment, if required. For more information, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions.
Before you begin, you must have:
- License Plate Number and the last five characters of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- The letter you received from DMV with a Personal Identification Number (PIN)
You may also need:
- Insurance documents - In order to submit insurance information through this online service, your insurance company must be participating in the voluntary online verification process.
All credit/debit card transactions will be assessed a 2.1% service fee.
By selecting the “Start” button above, you will be directed to the DMV Insurance Inquiry page. After you enter your License Plate Number, Personal Identification Number, or the last 5 digits of your Vehicle Identification Number, you will have access to the Insurance Inquiry application. To learn more about how your information is shared as well as the laws that protect the release of your information visit How Information is Protected or Disclosed.
Personal Information Collected from Credit/Debit Card Transactions
The Department of Motor Vehicles uses a third-party vendor to process credit and debit card transactions. For more information, visit DMV’s How Information is Protected or Disclosed page.
For an e-check payment, only one item can be purchased at a time.