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New License Plates for 2022!

Jan 1st, 2022

The new plate will be available online and in-person beginning January 3, 2022 when vehicle registrations are renewed.

Who will get a plate?  Anyone with a green mountain license plate or green mountain personalized plate and any new registrant.

When?  Renew your vehicle registration in the month of renewal, just like always.  Customers may renew up to 90 days early.    However, customers with green mountain license plates and green mountain personalized plates expiring in 2022 will not be able to renew until after 1/2/2022.  New plates will be issued beginning in January 2022.

How? This will be a regular renewal process, but you will receive a new license plate design.  If you opt to have your plate mailed to you, there is a $5 fee.  There is no additional fee if picked up in person at the County Clerk’s Office.

For more information visit the TN Department of Revenue’s website at tn.gov/revenue/title-and-registration/renewals/

To see a video announcement of the new plate, visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/DavidsonCountyClerkOfficial.

New Plate 2022

 

 

New Renewal Decals

Nov 30th, 2021

In anticipation of new license plates beginning in January 2022, a combined month/year decal for your license plate has been launched.  If you have questions about the new decal you may visit the TN Department of Revenue’s website at tn.gov/revenue/title-and-registration/renewals/  To see a video announcement of the new plate, visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/DavidsonCountyClerkOfficial.

 

New Decal 2022

 

Registration Renewal Reminder Postcard

Dec 22nd, 2020

Starting in January 2021, the TN Department of Revenue will send postcards to motor vehicle registrants to remind them of upcoming renewal dates. The postcards will replace traditional letters and will reduce state mailing expenses by an estimated $500,000.

You can find more information about renewals, as well as a sample postcard, on the department’s website by clicking here.

Emissions tests are still required in Davidson County.  More information can be found by clicking here.