How much is it to register a car in Vermont?
I’m permanently moving soon and was wondering, how much does it cost to register a vehicle in Vermont?
Registering a gas-powered car in Vermont is $76 for one year or $140 for two years.
Before registering your vehicle in Vermont, you should visit the DMV’s website to see what documentation and forms you may need. Completing the forms at home before heading to the DMV can speed up the process and take away some of the inevitable stress the DMV causes.
Don’t forget, you must let your insurance company know you have moved to avoid any potential problems. Note that you will also have to show proof of insurance when registering the vehicle.
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