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Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration
Vehicle Registration Renewal
To renew your registration, first search for your vehicle.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Vehicle Registration Is Suspended
- Vehicle Has Been Dismantled
- Registration Has Been Transferred
- Vehicle Is Title Purpose Only
- Vehicle Has Been expired For More Than One Year
- Reg Only and Renewal are Stopped Due to Title Suspense
- Account Has A Balance Due
- Stop Process on Account
- Not Eligible for 'x' year(s) renewal
- Vehicle Has Not Been Assessed. Please contact your county assessor
- Property Taxes Have Not Been Paid. Please contact your county collector
- Registration Has Been Transferred has been changed to License plate is not active
- Valid Insurance information not found for this vehicle
You are not eligible to renew online and will have to visit or contact your local Revenue Office.
You will need your Renewal Reminder with the Renewal Identification Number and the Verification Code. If you do not have the Renewal Reminder you can renew your registration with the Last 4 Digits of your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), License Plate Number and Zip Code. You will need a valid credit card or electronic check information for payment.
You can renew your registration with the Last 4 Digits of your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), License Plate Number and Zip Code. When renewing ensure that your address is up to date for the Registration Renewal.
Please allow a minimum of 5 business days for mail delivery of your decal(s).
In most vehicles the VIN is located on the dashboard or on your vehicle registration document.
Do I have to have valid liability insurance, current year assessment and personal property taxes paid for the current year?
Yes, before renewing your vehicle license plate, you are required by Arkansas Law to maintain liability insurance, assess your vehicle with your county assessor and pay all personal property taxes you owe.