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florida vehicle registration address change - FL

Recently moved and need to change the address that appears on your registration? Quickly process your Florida vehicle registration address change by getting all of your DMV requirements. The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles gives you a couple of different options in which to process an address update on your car's registration. If you are interested in making the change online, please skip to the section labeled Online. Alternatively, you may show up in person at any driver license office. We've made sure that you're fully prepared by creating this speedy FL registration address change guide.

Florida Registration Address Change Information

By law, you must keep your car's registration address current. The state will give you twenty (20) days to perform the change once you've moved or changed to a new address. Not only is it required, but you'll also receive the renewal reminders via mail, so it's important to keep the address current. 

Change Florida Registration Address Online


  1. Visit Florida's page to get started OR VISIT YOUR LOCAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S WEBSITE.
  2. You'll be asked to enter one of the following personal details:
    1. Driver license number OR 
    2. License plate tag OR
    3. Car's VIN. 
  3. The next step is to enter your DOB (date of birth) AND last 4 digits of SSN.
  4. Follow the instructions on screen.
  5. Prepare to pay the Fee to have your address updated. All credit cards accepted, as are debit cards or checks (have banking information ready).

Note: If you have additional questions, please contact the FL DMV:

By Email: Send an Email
General Info: Contact Page
By Phone: 850-617-2000

Change Florida Registration Address In Person


  1. Find the location of YOUR COUNTY'S TAX COLLECTOR OFFICE OR visit a license plate agency.
  2. After visiting the link above, click on your county. Then look for the section called Tax Collector Website.
  3. Once inside your county's tax collector office website, look for a section called Driver License or Motor Vehicle Registration.
    • Note: Every county's website is different. 
  4. Look for the mailing address and prepare a visit to have your auto registration address changed in person.
  5. There will be a Fee to have your address updated. 

For additional questions, you may send an email to the FL DMV.