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Registering a vehicle purchased from a New Hampshire dealership: If you purchased the vehicle at a New Hampshire dealership and are a New Hampshire resident, present to your town office the certificate of title or certified title application. Please provide proof of residency if you have not already done so.
Registering a vehicle purchased from an out-of-state dealership: Present to your town/city clerk your title from the dealership or the certified title application from the lienholder. If it is a brand new vehicle, a Manufacturers Statement of Origin is required. Please provide proof of residency if you have not already done so.
Registering a vehicle purchased in a private sale: Present a properly assigned title to the town office where you reside. Please provide proof of residency if you have not already done so.
Registering a title-exempt vehicle purchased in a private sale: 
Present a proper bill of sale pursuant and proof of VIN which can be an original title, a previous copy of a New Hampshire registration, or a completed VIN Verification Form. Please provide proof of residency if you have not already done so.

New Vehicle Registration

Plate Types and Fees

Passenger$8.00 
Decal - $15.00
Conservation (Moose) - $30.00
Vanity - $40.00
State Park - $85.00
Conservation State Park - $115.00

Renewal Registration

Renewing a registration: Bring your current motor vehicle registration or your renewal notice to the town where you reside to pay your permit fees. You may register in person, mail or online. 

Transfer Registration

To transfer a registration from a currently registered vehicle to another vehicle, you will need to bring your current registration of the plate you want transferred and proof of ownership for the new vehicle. 

If you are a surviving spouse, please bring your title and/or lienholder information and a copy of your spouse's death certificate.

Neighborhood Electric Vehicle:

Registering a NEV: View the NEV Checklist to determine whether your vehicle meets the standard and definition of a “Neighborhood Electric Vehicle”. All neighborhood electric vehicles must comply with state and federal inspection standards as outlined below. Also, please provide a picture of the vehicle at the time of registration.

Low Speed Utility Vehicle:

Registering a low-speed utility vehicle for agricultural or industrial purposes only: Complete the Agricultural/Industrial Utility Vehicle Checklist to determine whether your vehicle meets the standard and definition of a low-speed utility vehicle. Present a bill of sale with a Certificate of Origin or Vin Verification form and a signed Agricultural/Industrial Utility Vehicle Checklist to the town office to be issued a town-portion registration to be brought to a DMV location with the signed checklist and the VIN Verification form. 
Registering a low-speed utility vehicle for recreational/off-road use: Visit your local Fish and Game office to have the low-speed utility vehicle registered for use. 

Trailer Registration

Registering a trailer (less than 3,000 lbs): Present a bill of sale to the town office where you reside and proof of VIN which can be an original or copy of the title, a previous or copy of a New Hampshire registration, or a completed VIN Verification Form. Please provide proof of residency if you have not already done so.
Registering a trailer (more than 3,000 lbs): 
Present a properly assigned certificate of title or certified title application to the town where you reside. 

Boat Registration

Registering a boat: Present a vessel bill of sale to the town office. 

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