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If you did move: It may be that you have to renew in the town or city offices where you moved to. You may have to establish residency in your new town (city) as well. You can call the town or city Clerk’s office in the town or city you moved to in order to determine what you will need to bring with you to renew. Next year you will be able to renew online with E-Reg but for the first time when you are new to a town or city it is generally not allowed.
If you did not move: Please go to https://pay.EB2Gov.com and choose the town or city you reside in to complete your renewal online. You can also go to your town or city web site.
No, new vehicles must be registered in person in the town/city where you currently reside.
The system currently provides renewals of current registrations with no changes.

Check your current registration to make sure that you have the correct Plate Number and last 4 digits of the VIN number just as you see it on your registration.

Make sure the header information is your town or city that you currently reside in. If it is not your town or city that you live in then please go to https://pay.EB2Gov.com and choose the town or city you reside in to complete your renewal online.

Look at your current registration and find the EXP Date (Expiration Date) on the top right quadrant of the registration form just above the M.V Official Directors seal. You can generally renew up to 3 months late and 20 days early. If the EXP date is within this range feel free to send us a Support Request with your expiration date. This will help us find your record quickly.

NOTE: Number plates generally should have no dashes or spaces Vanity plates never have spaces or the number zero, it is always the letter O as in Oscar
Our web site is designed to bring up all the vehicles that you owned the previous year this sometimes happens when:
  • You purchased another vehicle, put new plates on it, and did not reuse your old plates
  • You sell or trade in your old vehicle, and do not reuse or transfer your old plates.
This is not a problem, as you are not required to reuse or transfer your old plates. But in this case, your previous vehicle(s) may appear on the web pages because we still have them on file and have not yet received information that they are no longer registered to you.

Solution: During the online renewal process, when you enter your PIN, or one plate number, and all vehicles on your notice are listed simply uncheck the vehicles that you do not wish to renew. Your total due will dynamically be updated to the correct amount to pay.
No, you must wait until you receive your registration and decals at your current address. Once you receive your registration, please sign it and affix your decals to your existing plates. You can print your E-Reg confirmation and keep it in your vehicle but this is not absolute proof for law enforcement that your vehicle is registered.
All registrations completed online will be mailed to the address that is typed on your current registration.
Your new sticker or decal will be stapled to your new registration which will be mailed to the address that is typed on your current registration.
You can expect your new registration that was completed online in the US Mail in 3 – 7 days. Your stickers/decals will be stapled to your new registration.
You should see the payment post to your credit card or bank account the very next day.
EB2Gov is an online bill presentment and payment processing platform adopted by municipalities across the United States. EB2Gov is product of Interware Development Company.
Interware 877-357-7100
EB2Gov 877-357-7100

Interware Development Company is located in Amherst, NH and provides payment services and online services to towns and cities throughout the nation! EB2Gov is one of our products that helps towns and cities put their data online to allow online services like vehicle estimates and viewing or your property tax and utility bills as well as to pay online.
You should see the payment post to your credit card or bank account the very next day.

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