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You can renew online, by phone, or by mail, and we will mail your registration and stickers to you! If you are in another WY county and it is more convenient, you can also renew there.
Yes! It is the same price, and you will get the same stickers.
No. It will be the same price and the stickers will remain in the same expiration month.
Example 1: Vehicle expired in June of 2018. You renew it in May of 2021. You pay the registration fee for June 2020 - June 2021. (This means the registration is only good for another month before you have to renew again!)
Example 2: Vehicle expired in June of 2018. You wait and renew it in July of 2021. You pay the registration fee for June 2021 - June 2022. (Now you are getting a full year's use out of it!)
Yes! You can register your vehicle in any county no matter where you live, and it is the same price across the state.
Contact the Converse County Clerk's Office at (307) 358-2244.
45 days from the purchase date. It does not need to be notarized.
60 days from the purchase date. It does not need to be notarized.
Yes, if your title has already been processed by the Clerk's Office.
Yes! We can issue a replacement for $6.
Yes. We can issue a replacement for $8. You will get a new plate(s) with a different number, new sticker(s), and registration.
If your plate number is reserved, you can re-order the same number through the Department of Transportation for $30 using this form.
We can only transfer credit to a new purchase by you that you are registering in WY. Otherwise, the credit is unfortunately lost. We cannot apply credit to another vehicle of yours that you want to renew.
Provide a current out-of-state registration, or a registration that is over 30 days expired with a WY title. Click here for more information.
You can either pay for a temporary worker permit, or pay the annual registration fee for Wyoming license plates. Depending on how long you will be working in Wyoming and the type of vehicle you drive, sometimes paying for one year of registration fees and receiving license plates can be cheaper than a temporary worker permit, even if you won't be here for the entire year. If you choose to do this, you do not have to surrender your out-of-state plates.
Get an estimate on registration fees, or read more information on temporary worker permits, including who is exempt.
Title: It is prepared by the Clerk's Office, contact them at (307) 358-2244.
Sales tax: You can pay it any time, the title does not need to be processed first. You have 60 days to pay it. Find out more about sales tax here.
Plates and registration: You can get your plates once there is a title processed in your name and sales tax has been paid.
There are 3 things you may have to pay to title and register your new vehicle:
Yes! Keep your paperwork in the vehicle; as a WY resident you can legally drive with it for 60 days from the purchase date, whether or not the dealer gave you a temporary registration. If you want something that visibly shows you are legal, bring in your paperwork and we can give you a 60-day temporary for $5.