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Whether you've just bought a motorcycle or need to replace a lost or damaged title is fast and easy with our help.

We understand that this process can be confusing and time-consuming, but we're here to make it as simple as possible.

What Do I Need to Get a New Title for a Motorcycle Florida?

If you live in or outside of Florida and need to obtain a new title for your motorcycle, you'll need to prepare a few documents. Don't worry, we'll guide you through it. To apply for a motorcycle new title, you usually need the following:

  • Proof of ownership: This can be an invoice, a bill of sale, or any document that verifies your rightful ownership of the motorcycle.

  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): You'll need the VIN of your motorcycle, which is normally located on the right of the headstock tube.

  • Identification: You must present a valid government-issued ID, such as your driver's license or passport, to confirm your identity.

  • Proof of residency: You'll need a document that proves your current address, such as a utility bill or lease agreement.

When you have all the required documents, you can begin the application process to get your new title.

Begin right away. Get Your New Title Today.


Rapid and Secure Motorcycle New Title Services

We understand that obtaining a new motorcycle title quickly is important to you.


Whether you require it for legal purposes, selling your motorcycle, or any other urgent matter, we are here to help expedite the process.

At Fast Tag, we have teamed up with the DMV to enhance the speed and convenience of fulfilling customer orders. Our partnership allows us to save you valuable time by eliminating the need to endure long lines at the DMV offices.

As an authorized third-party service, we take on the task of collecting all the necessary documents for your requested services and working closely with the DMV's official representatives to handle your case.


In other words, you can trust us to manage all the paperwork and ensure a seamless process for you.

  • How does Florida registration work?
    Customers have the option to renew their vehicle registrations for a duration of one or two years. Renewal can be done up to three months before the registration expires. It's important to note that vehicle registrations expire at midnight on the first owner's birth date, unless the owner is a business.
  • What do I need to bring to Florida registration?
    To complete the registration process, please provide the following if you own the vehicle: The title of the car The vehicle for a VIN verification Proof of valid Florida insurance A valid driver's license, passport or state ID
  • How does Florida calculate vehicle registration fees?
    Registration fees are calculated based on the registration use, license plate type, and class code. The class code is determined by factors such as vehicle weight, body type, and type of use.
  • Do I need a Florida drivers license to register my car in Florida?
    Before registering your vehicle in Florida, there are several prerequisites to consider. Firstly, you must obtain a Florida driver's license, although in some cases, a foreign passport may be accepted. This requirement can be fulfilled by passing an eye exam, provided that your driving record from your previous state is clean.
  • Do I need insurance before I register my car in Florida?
    Yes. Before registering a vehicle with at least four wheels in Florida, you are required to provide proof of automobile insurance for Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and Property Damage Liability (PDL) coverage. If you do not have insurance, we offer same-day insurance services.
  • Can you register a car in Florida without a permanent address?
    To complete the registration application, you must provide the street address of your permanent residence or the address of your permanent place of business. Additionally, please include personal or business identification information along with the application.
  • What happens if you don't register your car in Florida?
    Penalties for No Valid Registration: Fine of up to $500. Jail time of up to 60 days. Probation period of up to six months.
  • Can I live in Florida and have a car registered in another state?
    If you are moving residences and changing states, you must register your out-of-state vehicle in Florida within 30 days of becoming a resident here. However, it's important to note that establishing residency entails more than just living in the state.
  • How long does it take to receive my new license plate?
    Typically, it takes 7-10 business days for your new license plate to be delivered by mail after registration. However, we will issue you a temporary license plate that can be used for either 10, 30, or 90 days, depending on the purpose, while you await the permanent one.
  • Can I register my new vehicle online?
    Absolutely! You can easily register your new vehicle online using our secure platform. Just reach out to us through our "Contact Us" page, and we will guide you on where to provide the necessary information.
  • What happens if I don't register my new vehicle within the specified timeframe?
    Failure to register your new vehicle within 30 days may result in penalties and fines. It's important to complete the registration process promptly to avoid any issues.
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