How to Renew Your Car Registration in Arkansas

For most people, the most important possession that they have is their car. Making sure that your car stays registered with the Arkansas DMV should be important to you. Generally, you will be able to get a reminder mailed to you that will give you information regarding when your renewal is due and how much it will be. You will have 30 days to get this done and after that you may have to pay a late fee. Here are some of the ways that you can go about renewing your car registration.

Using the internet to renew your registration

Among the most convenient ways to renew your car registration is by using the internet. The following are the steps you will need to take when choosing online renewal.

  • Visit the ARSTAR website
  • Put in your renewal number found on your notice
  • Enter in the verification code
  • Pay the fees that you owe

If you do not have a renewal notice you can go to the “what if I don’t have my renewal number” section to get help.

Renew the registration over the phone

Another great way to handle the car registration renewal process without leaving your home is by using the phone. Here are the steps to complete when trying to renew your registration over the phone:

  • Call 800-941-2580
  • Put in your vehicle information
  • Pay the fee that you owe

Send it in by mail

For some people, sending in their car registration renewal by mail is easier. You can do this by sending your paperwork and money to the address below:

Office of Motor Vehicle
P.O. Box 3153
Little Rock, AR 72203

Getting the renewal done in person

If you would rather go in person to handle this important process, then you will have no problem by following these steps.

  • Bring your registration renewal notice
  • Submit payment to cover what you owe

Handling the fees

The fees that will be charged for this renewal will vary by county. This means that you will need to do a bit of research and call your local licensing office for help. You can also visit the Arkansas DMV website for more information on what you need to do to renew your registration.


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