Change Vehicle Registration Address

In the state of North Carolina, there are several steps and requirements that you must meet to change a vehicle registration address. In this article, I’m going to go over these steps and requirements and tell you exactly what you need to do to have a vehicle registration address changed. I’m also going to tell you about any potential fees and waiting periods that come with changing your vehicle registration address.

How to Change the Address on Your North Carolina License or ID

Before you can change the address on your vehicle’s registration, you must first change the address on either your driver’s license or state ID. In order to change the address on either your driver’s license or state ID, you must follow several steps. If you want to change the address on either your driver’s license or state ID in person, all you have to do is go to your local NC Division of Motor Vehicles office and bring your driver’s license or ID. They will take your new address, charge you a $13 fee and send you a new driver’s license or ID within a few weeks. If you want to change the address on either your driver’s license or state ID online, then you must follow a different set of steps and meet numerous requirements. The requirements for changing the address on either your driver’s license or ID are that you must have a photo on file with the DMV, your driver’s license must not be suspended, you must have legal documents that are registered with the DMV and that you do not have any debts with the DMV. If you meet these requirements, you then need to visit North Carolina’s duplicate driver’s license website. Once on the website, you must give them your driver’s license or ID card number, date of birth, Social Security number, e-mail address and your credit/debit card number. Once this information has been provided, you are charged a $13 fee for the updated driver’s license or ID. The updated driver’s license or ID is then sent to you with several weeks.

How to Change Your Vehicle Registration Address in Person

Once you have updated your driver’s license or ID with your new address, you can then change your registration address. In order to change your registration address, you must first complete a Notice of Change of Address form. A Notice of Change of Address form is required within the first 2 months of changing your address and asks for several pieces of information. These pieces of information are the model of your vehicle, your city, your state, your county, your zip code and your license or ID number. Once you have completed the Notice of Change of Address form, you will then need to bring this, along with your driver’s license or state ID, down to your local NC DMV office. Once there, the NC DMV office will charge you $20 and change your vehicle registration address.

Now You Know How to Change Your Vehicle Registration Address!

Throughout this article, I have gone over the vehicle registration address requirements that are taken to change your registration address. I have also gone over the fees and waiting periods involved in changing your registration address. With that being said, I hope this article has been helpful and hopefully you will now know what to do if you ever have to change your registration address.