Frequently Asked Questions About Georgia License Plates

  1. How do I renew my Georgia license plate?

    To renew your Georgia license plate, you can do it online, by mail, or in person at your county tag office. You will need to provide your renewal notice, proof of insurance, and payment for the renewal fee.

  2. Can I customize my Georgia license plate?

    Yes, Georgia offers a variety of options for customizing your license plate, including personalized plates, specialty plates, and collegiate plates. You can apply for these plates through the Georgia Department of Revenue.

  3. How do I look up a license plate number in Georgia?

    You can use the Georgia license plate lookup tool on our website. Additionally, you can request records from the Georgia Department of Revenue for specific purposes under the Driver's Privacy Protection Act.

  4. What are the requirements for specialty license plates in Georgia?

    Specialty license plates often have specific eligibility requirements. For example, veteran plates may require proof of service. Visit the Georgia Department of Revenue website for detailed information on the requirements for different specialty plates.

  5. Do I need a front license plate in Georgia?

    No, Georgia does not require vehicles to have a front license plate. Only a rear license plate is required.

  6. How do I transfer my license plates to a new vehicle in Georgia?

    To transfer license plates to a new vehicle in Georgia, visit your county tag office with the necessary documents, including proof of ownership, proof of insurance, and the existing license plate.