Renew Tennessee Vehicle Registration
Keeping a valid vehicle registration is important for Tennessee drivers. There are several options for renewing your Tennessee registration through the Department of Revenue (DOR). You can renew:
- With the Auto Assistant phone app.
- At a self-service kiosk.
- By mail.
- In person.
Renewal fees may vary based on the weight and type of vehicle and your county of residence. Your fee will be listed on the renewal notice you receive in the mail.
Renew TN Registration Online
One of the easiest ways to renew a vehicle registration is through the TN DOR online portal.
To renew online, visit the county clerk website and enter your license plate number or select your county of residence from the drop-down menu.
Follow the instructions to complete your transaction. You may have to provide your:
- Vehicle identification number (VIN).
- Insurance information.
- Credit or debit card information for payment.
Your new registration and sticker will be mailed to your address.
Renew TN Car Registration with the Auto Assistant App
Once you’ve created an account, follow the instructions to renew your registration.
Your new plate decal and registration will be mailed to your address after you complete your transaction.
Renew Tennessee Registration at a Self-Service Kiosk
If your registration is close to expiration or you prefer to print your document and sticker immediately, you can use one of the county clerk self-service kiosks conveniently located in participating counties.
At a kiosk, you’ll have to scan your license or current registration and provide your debit or credit card for payment.
TN Registration by Mail
If you’ve received a registration renewal notice in the mail, you can renew your vehicle registration by sending it with a check for the renewal fee to your local county clerk.
Once your transaction has been processed, the county clerk’s office will send you your new registration document and sticker.
Renew TN Registration in Person
If you prefer to renew in person, you may do so at your local county clerk’s office. Bring your payment and:
- License or ID.
- Registration card OR renewal notice.
- Payment for the applicable fee.