Fees and Payment Information
A non-refundable processing and handling fee of $4.75 is assessed per permit. The fee covers the cost to process the permit.
- 72-Hour Permit - $25
- 144-Hour Permit - $50
Fees are payable by:
- MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Express if purchasing the permit online or at a county tax office that accepts them. A service charge may be included
- Certified check or money order, payable to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles
- Funds deposited in a pre-established escrow account
Note: Personal checks not accepted.
You may purchase permits in advance of a proposed trip and several permits may be obtained at one time with the times of validity to run in chain-like fashion, having one permit become effective immediately upon the expiration of the preceding one.
A 72-or 144-Hour Permit may only be issued to commercial vehicles and buses owned by residents of the United States, Mexico, or Canada.
These permits may be used to:
- Operate an unregistered commercial vehicle or bus in Texas.
- Engage in intrastate operations in Texas with out-of-state licensed commercial vehicles.
Texas residents may use these permits to operate:
- An unregistered commercial vehicle or bus in Texas.
- A Texas registered commercial vehicle with a heavier gross weight than registered. The heavier load may operate for only the period that the permit is valid, unless the owner purchases additional permits.
- A vehicle registered with either Farm or Soil Conservation license plates when the vehicle is operating over the maximum weight allowed by law.
Timed Permits may not be issued to:
- Any vehicle that has been issued a salvage or nonrepairable certificate of title
- Any vehicle that has been apprehended
Vehicles operating with a 72- or 144-Hour Permit may operate at the maximum weight allowed under Texas registration laws.
A 72- or 144-Hour Permit is valid only in Texas.
Applicants must show proof of liability insurance that meets the Texas minimum liability limits of $30,000/$60,000/$25,000. Insurance is not required for trailers and semitrailers. An insurance company authorized to write insurance in Texas must provide the coverage.
A vehicle displaying a 72- or 144-Hour Permit must pass the Texas Safety Inspection prior to being operated on the highways. If the vehicle displays current out-of-state license plates or the vehicle is mobile drilling or servicing equipment used in the production of gas or crude petroleum oil, a Texas Safety Inspection is not required.
Vehicles Registered in Combination
The following instructions apply when 72- or 144-Hour Permits are issued to trucks or truck-tractors with a gross weight in excess of 10,000 lbs. and semitrailers with gross weights in excess of 6,000 lbs. and the combined gross weight is greater than 18,000 lbs.:
- A truck or truck-tractor displaying a 72- or 144-Hour Permit may not pull a semitrailer displaying a Token Trailer license plate. Token Trailer license plates are valid only when displayed on semitrailers pulled by vehicles registered with Combination, Forestry, Apportioned, or Seasonal Permit license plates for the combined gross weight of all the vehicles used in the combination. Therefore, if a pulling unit displays such a permit, each semitrailer operated in combination must also display a permit or trailer registration.
- If a truck or truck-tractor displaying a Combination license plate pulls a semitrailer displaying a 72- or 144-Hour Permit, the pulling unit should be registered for the combined gross weight of all the vehicles in the combination. If the vehicle is not registered for a sufficient combined gross weight then the owner may increase the weight at the county, or may purchase a 72- or 144-Hour Permit for the pulling unit. The permit qualifies the combination for the maximum gross weight permitted under the registration laws.
- A vehicle displaying Truck license plates cannot legally pull a semitrailer displaying a Token Trailer license plate. The semitrailer would need to display a 72- or 144-Hour Permit. This allows the owner to legally operate the combination without exchanging registration.
- An out-of-state licensed power unit can legally pull a semitrailer displaying a Texas Token Trailer license plate. The power unit must be registered for a combined gross weight of the truck, trailer, and the load. The out-of-state vehicle must display a 72- or 144-Hour Permit on the pulling unit.
- A properly licensed out-of-state power unit operating in Texas under the International Registration Plan may operate interstate or intrastate in Texas while pulling a semitrailer displaying a Texas Token Trailer license plate or a 72- or 144-Hour Permit. The out-of-state power unit must be registered for the combined gross weight of the truck, trailer, and the load.
Temporary Registration Authorization
When you apply online for a temporary registration you must attest to the following:
The vehicle you are obtaining a temporary registration and plate for was purchased by and is owned by you.
The vehicle is covered by insurance and you have proof of the insurance in the vehicle.
A completed registration application (VD-119) and appropriate fees have been submitted or will be submitted within 24 hours unless having made an appointment to visit a DMV office to process the registration application (in this case please bring the application and fees with you to your appointment).
The above statements and warrants will be certified under penalty of 23 V.S.A. § 202 and § 203.
When you appear in person at the Department of Motor Vehicles to have a registration processed, you may end up with a 60-day temporary registration instead of the permanent registration if the following situation occurs:
- The vehicle can be titled (the vehicle is 15 years of age or newer) and you do not have the title in your possession at the time of registration.
- If the VIN (vehicle identification number) number has not been verified and the vehicle is not present at our office to have the VIN number verified by one of our representatives.
- If the vehicle requires an odometer disclosure statement and you do not have it.
- If you are applying for a Vanity Plate temporary plates will be issued during the processing time to make the plate.
When you sign the Temporary Plate Authorization Form you acknowledge that you have read and understood the following:
The temporary registration and plate are valid only for 60 days and cannot be renewed or extended.
The fees paid in conjunction with the temporary registration will not be refunded.
It is your responsibility to acquire the necessary documents and information required by law to complete the registration process, and you shall be fully aware that any delay in acquiring those documents may result in the expiration of your temporary plate.
Furthermore, you understand that the expiration date of your permanent registration will be based on the date your temporary registration was issued. If you cannot meet the registration requirements a permanent registration will not be issued, paperwork will not be returned, and the vehicle cannot be operated on the highway.
Temporary plates will not be issued in the following circumstances:
- You have already been issued a temporary registration and have not completed the process.
- Transfer of plates that have expired.
- Changes in the registration requiring the title, signature, or bill of sale.
NOTE: We have experienced difficulties in acquiring titles from some out-of-state lien holders. You should contact your lienholder prior to accepting the temporary registration.
Relevant Vermont Statutes
23 V.S.A. § 202. Impersonating another in an application, or aiding an applicant by false representation
23 V.S.A. § 203. Counterfeiting, fraud, and misuse; penalty
23 V.S.A. § 312 Temporary registration pending issuance of a certificate of title
Governor Phil Scott and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) today announced the launch of a new online system for temporary registrations and license plates for private vehicle sales.
“This pandemic has changed the way Vermonters do business, and the DMV is no exception,” said Governor Scott. “This new capability allows customers to print a temporary plate and registration for the vehicle they purchased, which is an important step forward in providing better service to Vermonters.”
The online system allows for the issuance of a temporary plate and registration for all types of vehicles that are sold, transported and registered in Vermont. Users will enter the owner and vehicle information, the system will verify, and then the user will be asked to certify, pay a $6 fee, and print the temporary plate and registration. Temporary plates and registrations are valid for 60 days and can be used for inspection of the vehicle if required.
“We understand that Vermonters want and need to register vehicles in a timely manner after purchasing them, and this new system expands the menu of online services now available to our customers,” said DMV Commissioner Wanda Minoli.
In addition to vehicle registrations, the DMV has implemented several new services throughout the COVID-19 State of Emergency, including online license renewals and online learner’s permit tests, and modified driver’s license tests.
For more information and to access the new registration system, please visit mydmv.vermont.gov.
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles provides its consumers "In-Transit" or Temporary Plates for transporting vehicles within the state, or out of the state, to its ultimate destination where it will be registered. The DMV provides these plates so that if you live outside of New York State and buy a motor vehicle here, you can safely transport it to your home state to have it registered without the hassle of having to go there first. It also provides these plates in the event that you dont want to register your car at the moment, but need to transport it to a mechanics garage, or another location for storage.
In order to obtain an "In-Transit" plate, you must meet ALL of the following requirements:
1.-Have a title that has been endorsed over to you
2.-Have a state identification card or drivers license
3.-Have valid insurance policy. If you are an out-of-state resident, then you will need to bring an insurance binder. If you are a New York State resident, then you only need to bring an insurance card.
If you meet all of these requirements then you can obtain an "In-Transit" permit. In addition to these requirements, you will also need the MV82-ITP form for applying for the permit.
Get your transit tag by clicking here!
NOTICE FOR NYS CUSTOMERS:
THIS TRANSACTION OR SERVICE MAY ALSO BE AVAILABLE, AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE, DIRECTLY FROM THE OFFICIAL DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES WEBSITE AT WWW.DMV.NY.GOV
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DMV Easy Answers
for How to Obtain a Temporary Registration
This service is provided by appointment only at a DMV office. Make an appointment here. A temporary registration may be obtained for the purpose of needing a safety inspection and/or emissions test.
What to do:
Temporary registrations are not renewable.
What to bring:
If the vehicle is not previously registered in your name:
If the vehicle is previously registered in your name:
What it will cost:
- $21 for every 10 days
- $27 for 10 days for commercial vehicles with a GVWR of 6000lbs or less
Sales tax will be collected for newly purchased vehicles.
- The sales tax will be 6.35 percent for vehicles purchased at $50,000 or less.
- The sales tax will be 7.75 percent for vehicles over $50,000.
For additional information, please see Requirements for Obtaining a Temporary Registration.
Vehicle owners in need of a temporary permit have the below options available if they are unable to register and title their vehicle in Indiana. You must request these temporary permits at your local branch.
96-Hour Temporary Delivery Permit
If you own a vehicle, you may apply for a 96-hour temporary delivery permit to operate the vehicle without obtaining a Certificate of Title or registration.
A 96-hour temporary delivery permit is valid for a period of 96 hours beginning with the time of issuance and authorizes the person, the person’s agent, or the person’s employee to operate the vehicle upon a highway for the purposes of delivering or having delivered the vehicle to any of the following locations:
- A place of storage, including the person's residence or place of business.
- An inspection station for purposes of emissions testing under IC 13-17-5-5.1(b).
- A BMV branch or a location operated by a full service provider (as defined in IC 9-14.1-1-2) or a partial services provider (as defined in IC 9-14.1-1-3) to register the vehicle under this article.
A 96-hour temporary delivery permit may also be issued for delivery of a vehicle currently impounded. Proof of impound is required.
Any Indiana resident who has provided financial responsibility information and proof of ownership may obtain a 96-hour temporary delivery permit by visiting any BMV branch and paying the appropriate fee. Proof of ownership may include any of the following:
- Certificate of title
- Registration from any state
- Bill of sale
- Certificate of origin
30-Day Temporary Registration Permit
If you own a vehicle, you may apply for a 30-day temporary registration permit to operate a vehicle. The permit must be kept in the vehicle and made available to law enforcement at all times.
A 30-day temporary registration permit is valid for a period of 30 days beginning with the time of issuance and authorizes the use of the vehicle on a roadway if any of the following conditions exist:
- The person has purchased or otherwise obtained the vehicle in Indiana and will be titling or registering the vehicle in another state or foreign county.
- A certificate of title or bill of sale that shows proof of purchase is required.
- The person is an Indiana resident and is intending to move to another state and the current vehicle registration or temporary permit will expire before the person moves.
- The person is an Indiana resident and the vehicle registration in another state has expired and the person has applied for an Indiana title for the vehicle, or has provided proof of the following:
- A completed Request for Title – State Form 1014; or
- Application for title from prior state of residence
- The person owns and operates the vehicle and the person does not operate the vehicle as a lessor and moves the empty vehicle from one lessee-carrier to another.
- The person owns a vehicle for which emissions testing is required and the vehicle will require further mechanical repairs in order to comply with the emissions testing requirements. The following must be provided:
- Proof of a failed emissions test from the inspection station; and
- If the vehicle is newly purchased and has never been registered by the owner, a certificate of title or bill of sale that shows proof of purchase.
View Permit Fees on the BMV Fee Chart
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Registration > Temporary Plates
Dealer 20-Day Temporary Plate
Pursuant to RSA 261:56, if a New Hampshire resident purchases a vehicle from a New Hampshire authorized dealership, the dealership will provide a twenty (20) day temporary plate if the vehicle is safe for the road. During that 20-day period, the vehicle must be registered with the town and state for permanent registration plates. If a dealership does not provide a 20-day plate because the vehicle is deemed unsafe, the dealership will provide an Unsafe Motor Vehicle Form and the vehicle is not eligible for a 20-day plate. Please note that 20-day temporary plates are not issued to residents of the State of Massachusetts as temporary plates are not recognized in that state.
Private Sale 20-Day Temporary Plate
Pursuant to RSA 261:57, if a New Hampshire resident purchases a vehicle through a private sale, the purchaser may obtain a 20-day registration plate, which are available through drop box services or an appointment at some DMV locations. Please visit our Appointments and Services page for additional information. The fee is $10.00, and the purchaser is required to provide proof of identity and a bill of sale which includes the legal names and addresses of both the buyer and the seller, signatures of the buyer and seller, the Vehicle Identification Number, and a brief description of the vehicle, (make, model etc.). If someone other than the purchaser comes in to obtain the 20-day registration plate, a notarized letter from the purchaser authorizing the third party to obtain the plate on behalf of the purchaser is required. The third party must provide proof of identity. Please note that 20-day temporary plates are not issued to residents of the State of Massachusetts as temporary plates are not recognized in that state.
In-Transit 20-Day Temporary Plate
Pursuant to RSA 261:57-b, if you are not a resident of New Hampshire, but have purchased a vehicle through private sale from a New Hampshire resident, you may obtain a 20-day in-transit registration certificate. 20-day in-transit registrations are available through drop box services or an appointment at some DMV locations. Please visit our Appointments and Services page for additional information. The fee is $10.00, and the purchaser is required to provide proof of identity and a properly assigned title. In the event, the vehicle is exempt from having a title, a bill of sale that includes the legal names and addresses of both the buyer and the seller, signatures of the buyer and seller, the Vehicle Identification Number, and a detailed description of the vehicle, (make, model etc) must be provided. Please note that 20-day temporary plates are not issued to residents of the State of Massachusetts as temporary plates are not recognized in that state.