Motor Vehicle Registrations
Registering & Titling
There are many different scenarios surrounding registering and titling motor vehicles. On this page, you will find information involving some of our most common scenarios. They provide guidelines for the type of paperwork that we will need. However, due to the complexity of some transactions, you may still need to contact us to ensure you come in with the correct documents.
Payment is required at time of service. Acceptable forms of payment are personal checks, cash, money orders, debit cards and credit cards. For debit and credit cards, a processing fee of 2.79%, with a minimum fee of $1.50, will be collected. The processing fees are paid directly to our third-party processor and are not retained by the City of Lebanon.
Registration fees differ for each vehicle. If you need to get an estimate before coming in, please call us. Phone estimates will be given as time allows between assisting customers who are currently in the office conducting business.
Are you new to Lebanon from another state? Are you here as a college student? Are you a new or existing resident who has just purchased a car? If so, you can find information here on registering your vehicle.
Is your car due for renewal? If so, current residents and residents who are new to Lebanon from a different NH community, can find information on renewing registrations by mail, in-person or online.
If your address has not changed since the last time you registered your vehicle in Lebanon, you can renew your vehicle online.
View details regarding residency requirements or download a Statement of Residency form for motor vehicle registrations.
Information on title exempt vehicles, purchasing moose or state park license plates and how to purchase duplicate plates, registrations, decals and titles.
This page provides links to the various boat, off highway recreational vehicle and snowmobile agents throughout the State of New Hampshire.
Did you know if you itemize deductions on your Federal Tax Return, that you can claim most of the fees you pay on the Municipal portion of your registration? That portion is known as your Personal Property Tax.