Your customer reference number is shown on a range of Department of Transport and Main Roads products and documents, but may be listed by another name. You can find your customer reference number on products and documents relating to the following topics.
For standard vehicle registration notices, you can find your customer reference number near the top right hand corner of your notice. For standard vehicle registration renewals, you can find your customer reference number below your vehicle details, fee breakdown and the registration fee for 6 months or 12 months. For seasonal vehicle registration renewals, you can find your customer reference number in the top right area of your Vehicle Registration Renewal Notice Seasonal Registration. Sample vehicle registration renewal notice for seasonal registration For common due date registrations, you can find your customer reference number on the right of the notice—next to your address details. For overdue registrations, you can find your customer reference number toward the bottom of your Overdue Registration Fees Final Notice. For written-off vehicle notices, you can find your customer reference number in the top left area of your Written-off Vehicle Notice Repairable Write-off. You can find your customer reference number in the top right corner on the front of your driver licence. You can find your customer reference number in the top left area of your driver licence renewal notice. You can find your customer reference number in the top left area of your Accumulation of Demerit Points Notice to Choose.
You can find your customer reference number in the top left area of your Notice of Confirmation of Driver Licence Suspension.
You can find your customer reference number in the top left area of your Notice of Confirmation of Choice Good Driving Behaviour. You can find your customer reference number in the top left area of your Late Night Driving Restriction after Suspension—Confirmation Notice. You can find your customer reference number in the top left area of your Medical Certificate Reminder Notice. You can find your customer reference number in the top left corner of your Alcohol Ignition Interlock Program Advice Notice. You can find your customer reference number in the top right corner on the front of your industry authority.
For driver authorities, you can find your customer reference number in the top right area of your Driver Authorisation Renewal Application. For dangerous goods drivers, driver trainers, pilot or escort vehicle drivers, tow truck drivers, tow truck assistants or traffic controllers, you can find your customer reference number directly below your address details on your accreditation renewal notice. You can find your customer reference number in the top right area on the front of your marine licence indicator.


You can find your customer reference number in the top right area on the front of your adult proof of age card.
You can find your customer reference number next to your notice number on your infringement notice. You can find your customer reference number on the top right hand side of your infringement notice.
For compulsory third party (CTP) insurance, tax invoices and adjustment notices, you can find your customer reference number next to the effective date of the invoice.
For other tax invoices and adjustment notices, you can find your customer reference number in the top right area of the invoice or notice.
We can only release the customer reference number by phone to the person who the fine was issued to. For a simplified registration renewal, you can use an independent agency for an additional fee.
Recent advancements in the industry have led to a much easier experience for renewing your auto registration. Before your Pennsylvania vehicle registration expires, you must renew it with the PA Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Driver and Vehicle Services.
On this page you'll find information about renewing your registration online, by mail, and in person. If you did not receive a renewal notice, you will need to complete a Request for Registration (Form MV-140).
After you complete your vehicle registration renewal, you will receive your permanent registration card in the mail within 10 days. NOTE: Every year, your vehicle will need to pass a safety inspection and an emissions test, if applicable. To renew your Pennsylvania vehicle registration by mail, follow the instructions on your renewal notice.
Return your renewal notice and payment (see the “Fees to Renew Your PA Vehicle Registration" section below) to PennDOT at the address indicated on your notice. If you have lost your notice or never received one, see “Renewal Notice in Pennsylvania" above.
A completed Request for Registration (form MV-140), if you do not have your renewal notice. NOTE: On-line messenger services are third-party providers, and you may need to pay additional fees if renewing at an on-line messenger service. Retired person vehicle registration: $10 (see the “Retired Pennsylvania Residents" section below). Other vehicle registration fees vary by weight and vehicle class; please see the PennDOT website for a complete list of registration renewal fees.


If you are retired and receiving Social Security or pension payments, you can apply for a discounted retired status registration renewal fee when you renew your registration.
You will need to complete your PA vehicle registration renewal by mail or in person (“Renew Your PA Vehicle Registration" above) and also complete an Application for a Retired Person’s $10 Processing Fee on a Vehicle Registration (form MV-371) in addition to your registration renewal documents. If you are an active duty military member stationed outside of Pennsylvania, you can renew your vehicle registration online or by mail.
Within 10 days of returning to Pennsylvania, you must get your vehicle inspected (see “PA Safety Inspections & Emissions Testing" below). If you'd like to receive your PennDOT registration card and license plate sticker at an out-of-state address, complete a Self Certification for Proof of Residency form (MV-8).
NOTE: You must maintain insurance coverage for your vehicle to remain registered in Pennsylvania.
Every year, your vehicle will need to pass a safety and emissions inspection before your registration renewal.
For specific requirements and testing station locations in your county, please see the Drive Clean Pennsylvania website.
To determine which inspections your vehicle will need to pass before you can renew your registration, use the Drive Clean Pennsylvania Emission Test Calculator.
If your Pennsylvania license plate, registration card, or license plate sticker has been lost, stolen, or damaged, you can request a duplicate.
A completed Application for Duplicate Registration Card, Replacement of Registration Plate, Renewal Sticker or Weight Class Sticker (form MV-44). Before your car has expired tags, you'll need to complete your license plate sticker renewal.
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Although it's now possible to renew your registration online via your local DMV, you may prefer the convenience and service provided by our approved partner for a modest $12.00 fee. Please see the “PA Safety Inspections & Emissions Testing" section below for more information. If you complete your vehicle registration renewal at an on-line messenger service center, you may be charged an additional service fee.



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