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Replacement Info

Lost Or Stolen Tags, Decals, and Registrations, & Duplicate Titles



Lost Or Stolen Tags & Decals

If your tag and/or decal has been lost or stolen, you must contact your local law enforcement agency to report the loss or theft prior to making application for a replacement.

The registered owner of the vehicle may apply for a replacement tag and/or decal.

Click here to retrieve the Application for Replacement of License Plate/Decals.

Walk-in customers who plan to complete this application in our office should bring their vehicle registration or the number of the lost or stolen tag.

The cost to replace a lost tag is $43.15 and to replace a lost decal is $40.35.

There is no cost to replace a stolen tag and decal if the customer is able to provide the case number issued by the appropriate law enforcement agency.

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Lost Registrations

If you have lost your vehicle registration, a duplicate may be issued.

The license plate number, decal number, or vehicle identification number is required for the issuance. Duplicate registrations are issued at any Tax Collector's Office.

The fee for replacement is $5.50.

The registered owner of the vehicle may apply for a replacement registration.

Walk-in customers will need to present proof of identification (picture ID).

By mail, customers will need to submit a copy of a picture ID and a written request.

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Duplicate Titles

The registered owner or lienholder on record for a vehicle may apply for a duplicate title. An application must be completed in detail and may be submitted to any Tax Collector's Office.

Click here to retrieve the Application for Duplicate Title.

The fee for a duplicate vehicle or mobile home title is $78.75  and,

The fee for a duplicate vessel (boat) title is $9.00.

If there is an outstanding lien, only the lienholder may apply for a duplicate title. If the lien has been satisfied, a lien satisfaction form should be presented.

If the title was from another state, you must apply for the duplicate title through the motor vehicle division of that state.

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Long-Term & Temporary Disabled Parking Placards

There is no charge to replace a lost or stolen parking placard. However, an accurately completed form HSMV 83146, Application for Replacement License Plate, Validation Decal, or Parking Permit  is required.

Click here to retrieve HSMV 83146, Application for Replacement License Plate, Validation Decal, or Parking Permit.

In addition, an applicant requesting replacement of a permanent parking placard will also need to submit HSMV Form 83039, Application For Disabled Person Parking Permit, issued to the disabled applicant and signed by a certifying medical authority within the last 12 months.

Click here to retrieve the HSMV Form 83039, Application For Disabled Person Parking Permit.

If your permanent placard has been stolen, you must contact your local law enforcement agency to report the loss or theft prior to making application for a replacement.

The above forms may be submitted to any Tax Collector's Office.

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