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Visit your local Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to obtain replacement registration cards. You'll need to provide proof of insurance and your vehicle registration plate number. The fee for replacement cards is $2.
You'll need to report lost or stolen license plates to your local law enforcement. Take that report with you to your local DMV for replacement tags. You'll need to take a copy of your title along, too. If there is a lien on your car, the DMV will provide you with a form to submit to your lienholder for completion. While you wait for the paperwork to be processed and a new tag issued, the DMV will give you a temporary tag.
Delaware's DMV recommends you getting a new tag number when your plate goes missing. The DMV can cancel the number in its records, and it's safer for you to have a new tag; the thief may be using your tag on the wrong car.Other Topics in This Section
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