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This option will be available starting June 30, 2014.
No, you are given the option to purchase a Multi-Year registration, it is not a requirement.
At any Deputy Registrar location
Online at: OPLATES.COM after August 9, 2014.
By mail at renewal â€“ submit your renewal application on or after June 30, 2014.
You may contact the BMV at 1-800-589-8247 or 614-752-7800 to request a renewal notice for 2 -5 years.
If you have a logo plate you may purchase Multi-Year registration.
Yes. The option to purchase a Multi-Year registration is still available when new metal is purchased.
Yes, as long as there are no annual requirements for the plate, i.e. amateur radio, limo.
Since April 15, 2013, Ohio Pride is the new standard plate. Multi-Year registrants will continue to use Ohio Pride license plates.
Yes, registrants who purchase a Multi-Year registration are still required to comply with E-check requirements.
Customers who choose not to comply with E-check requirements will be subject to having their vehicle registration suspended and license plates confiscated.
A fee of $6.75 is charged for customers to receive a replacement plate after confiscation. Customers will receive a replacement of the plate type they had at the time of confiscation.
No, additional fees will not be charged again. The $6.75 + postage allows the customer to receive the plate type they had at the time of confiscation.
Regular registration fees will not change. The Deputy fee will be as follows: 1 year - $3.50, 2 year - $5.25, 3 year - $8.00, 4 or 5 year - $10.00.
No. Refunds will only be issued for unused stickers provided the request is made within 2 years.
All Deputy Registrars will have the ability to print registration stickers for up to five years. Yes, you will receive your sticker at the time of purchase if you choose to visit your local Deputy Registrar
Yes, customers who have moved out of an E-Check county may visit their local Deputy Registrar office to do a change of address for $4.50. This address change will update in the system the following business day.
Yes, customers will still have the option to contact the Ohio EPA for an E-Check extension.
Yes, customers will receive a letter from the BMV 30 days prior to their anniversary date to inform them they must comply with E-Check requirements.