NOTICE: Beginning April 30th, 2018, driver licence and vehicle renewal notices will no longer be sent by mail. Click here to read more information about this change.
Due to recent upgrades to the Government Electronic Payment system all users must ensure that a setting in their browser security (TLS version 1.2) is enabled in order to complete a payment. Please refer to browser specific documentation for details on how to enable TLS 1.2. The latest version of most web browsers have this setting enabled by default.
For IE, version 8 and above support TLS 1.2, but it is turned off by default for 8, 9, 10.
For Chrome, version 30 and above support TLS 1.2.
For FireFox, version 24 and above support TLS 1.2, but it is turned off by default for 24, 25, 26.
For Safari, version 7 and above support TLS 1.2.
Payment Options: Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard, Mastercard Debit, or Interac Debit Card.
You have the option of saving your receipt. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to save your receipt as a PDF. You may Download a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader here.
Using this online service your vehicle registration can be renewed in five easy steps:
Please have your driver's licence information, plate number, last 3 digits of the serial number and current insurance policy information.
Confirm that address and email on file is current.
Confirm fees owing and provide insurance information.
Make payment with a Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard, MasterCard Debit or Interac Debit Card.
Print and/or save renewal confirmation receipt as proof of renewal.
BEFORE YOU START:
Please check the address on your driver's licence. If your address has changed, please choose Change Address below for information on changing your address before you renew. This is important as your vehicle registration will be sent to the address on file.
If you are unable to access this system, service can be provided by:
For further assistance contact Motor Registration Division at email@example.com or 1-877-636-6867 from Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:15pm (Newfoundland Time) during regular hours, or 9:00am to 4:15pm (Newfoundland Time) during summer hours.