State DMV issues reminder on expired items
ALBANY — The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles is urging New Yorkers to renew their expired vehicle inspections, vehicle registrations and non-driver identification cards now, with just one week left before the extension for these documents runs out.
All registrations, inspections and non-driver IDs that expired in or after March, during the coronavirus public health emergency, were extended by Executive Order but this extension will end Tuesday, according to a news release.
New Yorkers can quickly and easily renew a registration or renew a non-driver ID on the DMV website. New Yorkers can also visit the DMV website to find a nearby inspection station.
In addition, the DMV is urging New Yorkers to renew their expired driver licenses that were also extended during the pandemic, and encourages New Yorkers to renew their driver licenses online.
“There is no need to leave home to renew most DMV documents — you can go on our website to renew your vehicle registration, non-driver ID, or driver license in a matter of minutes,” said DMV Commissioner Mark J.F. Schroeder. “Those who need to get their vehicle inspected should make an appointment now to avoid a last-minute rush. After Nov. 3, if you drive without updating your registration or inspection, you risk being ticketed.”
Find an inspection station
Certified inspection stations have been open across the state throughout the pandemic and must comply with health and safety guidelines to ensure the protection of their customers. To find a nearby inspection station, visit the DMV website.
How to renew a vehicle registration.
New Yorkers can renew a registration online or by mail. The DMV website explains how to renew a registration.
To renew a vehicle registration, New Yorkers will need:
¯ Registration (plate) number — see where to find a plate number.
¯ Registration class — see where to find the registration class.
¯ The last name of the person on the registration (or business name).
¯ Payment for registration fees.
The renewal fee is provided on a customer’s renewal notice. It will also display on the computer screen for those who renew online. When a customer renews online, they can download and print a temporary registration to use while they wait for the new registration documents to arrive in the mail.
How to renew a non-driver ID.
New Yorkers can renew a non-driver ID online or by mail. The DMV website explains how to renew a non-driver ID and what the associated fees are.
To renew online, customers will need:
¯ Nine-digit DMV ID number.
¯ Date of birth.
¯ Last four digits of Social Security number.
¯ Five digit zip code.
¯ E-mail address.
When a customer renews online, they can download and print a temporary ID to use while they wait for the new document to arrive in the mail.
In addition to renewing online or by mail, a limited number of in-office reservations are available for customers who must renew in person.
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