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How much does it cost to renew your registration in CT?

How much will it cost to renew my vehicle registration? The renewal fee for a passenger registration is $80 for two years plus $10 for the Clean Air Act fee. An individual 65 years old or older can request a one-year renewal for $45. For fees other than passenger registrations, please see Registration Fees.

How do I find out my car emissions?

If you look in your V5C registration certificate for your car, the emissions rating is listed there. Or, you can find the fuel consumption and emissions information for a new or used car on the government certificate agency website.

What do I need to register a car in CT?

Documents required:

  1. Identification. You must present an acceptable form of identification to register your vehicle.
  2. Proof of insurance.
  3. Completed registration application (Form H-13B).
  4. Bill of sale.
  5. Payment: A passenger vehicle registration with new plates (and no lien) will cost $195.
  6. Proof of ownership.

Can someone else register my car for me in Connecticut?

If two parties are named on the registration application (form H-13B) either party may be present to process the registration. A copy of the identification for all registrants listed on the application is required. See acceptable forms of identification for vehicle registration purposes for: Connecticut Residents.

Will insurance cover an unregistered car?

Answer: Expired registration normally wouldn’t affect your car insurance coverages or void your policy. However, if your friend’s registration can be renewed easily, then it would be wise on his part to get it up to date as quickly as possible….

Is my car insured if not registered?

Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Personal Injury insurance is compulsory when registering a motor vehicle in NSW. You are not covered for CTP if your car is not registered.