Vehicle not inspected can obtained a 30 day registration. Hard tags are provided. Once vehicle is inspected, customer has an option to obtain one or two year registration.
Two year registration will be provided with inspection certification.
Renew registration 60 days prior to expiration. One or two year option available.
Here are a few important documents you'll need.
Ownership Documents: You must be able to prove that the vehicle actually belongs to you. You can do this with the vehicle title from the previous owner. If you purchased the vehicle from a dealer you must have the original bill of sale. If you purchased the vehicle from a private party, and the vehicle is less than 7 years old, you must have a notarized bill of sale.
Financial Documents: If you take out a vehicle loan, you should bring lien and lien holder information when getting your vehicle registered. It's also important to bring payment for the fees and taxes associated with titling and registration.
Insurance/Inspection Information: Maryland state law takes roadway safety very seriously. You should also bring a Maryland safety inspection certificate and your vehicle's insurance information when registering your vehicle.