I usually renew my tabs online or by mail, isn’t that easier?

You are certainly welcome to renew your tabs online or by mail.  We encourage coming to our office or using one of our drop boxes for two reasons: 

  • When you renew in office, you walk out with tabs in hand, no waiting for the mail or concern about mailbox security. And you don’t have to spend a stamp!
  • Renewing at our office helps to support us by keeping the filing fees local. When you renew by mail or online, all of the fees go directly to the state, and your local license bureau receives nothing. We appreciate your support!

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1. I usually renew my tabs online or by mail, isn’t that easier?
2. I don't have my renewal notice: can I still buy tabs?
3. What do you accept for insurance on title transfers and tab renewals?
4. My tabs are lost, stolen, or never received. What can I do?
5. My plate(s) are lost or stolen! What can I do?
6. My Minnesota title is missing or never received. How can I get one?
7. I just moved here from out of state: what do I need to register my vehicle?
8. How much does it cost to transfer a vehicle?
9. I paid off my car loan and have a lien release - now what?
10. I've sold a vehicle - how do I report the sale?
11. Can I transfer my special plates to a new vehicle?
12. How can I find out what I paid last year for my tabs?
13. How can I reach the state with addition driver/vehicle questions?