Georgia motor vehicle registration deadlines extended through May 14


The Georgia Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division has extended the deadline for all motor vehicle registrations that expire between March 16 and May 14, 2020.

Those registrations have been extended through May 15, 2020.

This extension is in response to COVID-19 concerns, and applies to personal passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles and vehicles registered in the Temporary Georgia International Registration Plan (IRP).

The extension also applies to Temporary Operating Permits, commonly known as drive-off tags, that are issued when a vehicle is purchased.

Vehicle registrations that expired before March 16, 2020, do not qualify for this extension.

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  1. Darlene Jones says:

    Is the due date correct?

    Darlene Sent from my iPhone


    • Ugh!
      Thanks so much, Darlene. You’re absolutely correct. That should have said March 16, not March 6. I’ve corrected the article and posted a public correction, as well.
      I appreciate you catching this and pointing it out!

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