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April 24, 2018

Department of Revenue Rolls Out Web-Based Renewal Requirements Application

JEFFERSON CITY

The Missouri Department of Revenue has launched its Renewal Requirements Inquiry (RRI) application, a convenient online site customers can use to check the renewal requirements for their license plate, boat registration, permanent disabled placard and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) decal.

“With just over 6.7 million active registrations and more than 1,300 different license plates, the renewal requirements application is able to take numerous variables into consideration in order to provide each Missouri registration holder with his or her unique renewal requirements,” said Steve Hoskins, Motor Vehicle Bureau administrator.

The RRI application informs registrants of required documents and fees and provides detailed explanations for them. The website also allows users to find their nearest license office location.

“We understand renewal notices sometimes get lost or misplaced. We also know that it’s frustrating to show up at the license office, ready to renew your plates, and be told you don’t have the necessary documentation,” added Jackie Bemboom, director of Motor Vehicle and Driver Licensing. “We decided it was time to make the same information that’s found on the renewal notice available online. This way, customers can visit the Renewal Requirements Inquiry website and find exactly what they’ll need to renew their registration, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

Department Director Joel Walters added, “The new Renewal Requirements Inquiry application is further evidence of how the Department is working at all levels — in all divisions — to improve the services we offer Missouri citizens and provide exceptional customer service.”

To access the Renewal Requirements Inquiry application, visit mydmv.mo.gov/renewalrequirements. Questions? Email mvbmail@dor.mo.gov for fast response times.  

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