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Registering Your Vehicle in MA
The steps for registering a vehicle with the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles vary depending on whether your vehicle was purchased from a dealer, or if it was purchased or gifted/transferred from a private party.
Vehicles Purchased from a Dealer
If you purchased a new or used vehicle from a dealer in Massachusetts, you must do the following:Have the dealer complete the Application for Registration and Title (Form RMV-1). If there will be a lien on your vehicle, make sure the lienholder information is included. Take your RMV-1 application to an MA licensed insurance agent and: Purchase insurance on your new vehicle. Have the agent stamp and sign your application.
Once you have completed your application and purchased insurance, go to your local RMV service center and present:One of the following proofs of ownership: Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin. Required for brand new vehicles only, and must include date sold, odometer reading, purchase price, and dealer signature on the back of the form. Dealer re-assignment form or previous owner's Certificate of Title. NOTE: If a title exists for the vehicle you must bring it in to the RMV with you. Must include date sold, odometer reading, purchase price, and previous owner signature on the back of the Certificate of Title. Bill of sale and previous registration certificate for vehicles that are age-exempt from titling (see “Titling Exemptions" above). Payment for registration fees, vehicle sales tax, and the $75 titling fee (if applicable). See “Vehicle Registration Fees" below for details.
You will receive a vehicle registration certificate and new license plates with a registration decal for your rear plate. Your new title will be mailed to you or your lienholder within 8 weeks.
You must also pass a vehicle inspection within 7 days of registering your vehicle.
Vehicles Purchased or Gifted from a Private Party
The process differs slightly based upon whether you are purchasing the vehicle, or it has been gifted or transferred to you from a family member.
If you purchased your car from another individual through a private sale, you must:Obtain auto insurance from a licensed MA insurance agent. Have the insurance agent complete, sign, and stamp an Application for Registration and Title (Form RMV-1). If there is a lien on your vehicle, make sure that your lienholder's information is included on the application.
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