In Florida, Tax Collectors are responsible for processing and mailing tags. RenewExpress is the official Florida vehicle registration renewal service for many state tax collectors. If your county’s tax collector does not currently use RenewExpress, we will direct you to an alternative online service on the Counties page.
A small convenience fee of $3.50 or less is applied for the FL tag renewal, depending on the payment method.
If the renew Florida tag reminder you received in the mail has a PIN, you’ll most likely be able to renew online. If, for example, your proof of insurance is not on file with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV), you may not be able to complete your Florida tag renewal online.
It takes 4 business days or less to renew Florida tags, but delivery can take up to 10 business days. All tags are processed and mailed by the County Tax Collector. Only if you have not received your tag(s) after 10 business days should you contact the Tax Collector.
Yes, for most vehicle registration types.
Yes, you can. Find your county on the Counties page and update it there.
The Florida DHSMV determines registration renewal fees based on various factors, including: vehicle type, vehicle weight and plate type. A full breakdown of fees can be found here.
Delinquent fees are added by the Florida DHSMV on the 11th day of the month after the registration expiry date. The expiry date is usually the birthday of the primary registrant (the first person listed on the registration). Registrations for motorcycles and vehicles owned by a company will expire in a month determined during your initial registration period. Registration expiry for mobile homes and RVs is December 31st.
You can get a specialty plate by visiting a County Tax Collector office.
You can get a personalized plate by visiting a County Tax Collector office.
You can renew a tag registration in person by visiting a County Tax Collector office.