Special Vehicles in Georgia
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The state of Georgia does not require tags, titles, or registrations for the following vehicles:
- Off-road vehicles
- All-terrain vehicles
- Motorized carts
- Farm trailers weighing less than 3,500 pounds
- Farm trailers with no springs, pulled from a tongue, and used primarily for fertilizer
- Any tractor or three-wheeled motorcycle used only for agricultural purposes
You can view a complete list of vehicles that do not require a title on the state's Motor Vehicle Division website.
Georgia requires titles for these vehicles (1986 and newer):
- Car/tow dollies weighing 2,001 pounds or more
Mobile homes (1963 and newer) must also be titled.
You'll also need to pay the appropriate fees, which include a $12 license plate fee, $1 mailing fee, and any ad valorem tax due. Contact your local Tax Commissioner's Office to determine the fees due.
Custom-built or kit cars require registration in Georgia. The registration process is basically the same as a regular vehicle, but check out DMV.org's Custom-built Car Registration page for more details.
Other Topics in This Section
- Register Car
- Registration Renewal
- Registration & Insurance
- Replacing a Lost Registration
- RV & Motorhome Registration
- Custom Built Car Registration
- Boat Registration and Licenses
- Title Transfers
- Replacing a Lost Title
- Salvaged Vehicles
- Special Vehicles
- Drivers with Disabilities
- License Plates & Placards
- Smog & Emission Checks
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