RV & Motorhome Registration in Missouri
Traveling the country in your RV or motor home can be an exciting adventure, but you'll need to make sure your vehicle is properly registered before you begin your road trip.
According to Missouri law, you must title your RV or motor home within 30 days of your purchase. Otherwise you will face late fees.
To obtain a title and registration, you must bring the following documents to your nearest motor vehicle office:
- A signed Application for Missouri Title and License
- Your Manufacturer's Statement of Origin or Certificate of Title
- Your Lien Release, if applicable
- Your Odometer Disclosure Statement, if applicable
- Payment for any necessary fees
When you purchase a RV or motor home, you may transfer license plates from your previous vehicle or purchase new plates. For additional information, please see DMV.org's article on License Plates & Placards.
For your convenience, the Missouri Department of Revenue's Motor Vehicle Bureau will send you a reminder postcard shortly before your RV or motor home registration is scheduled to expire. Save this postcard, because it contains important information about completing the registration renewal process. If you don't receive the postcard, you are still responsible for renewing your registration on time.
License plates and vehicle registrations can be renewed by mail or at any local motor vehicle office. In addition, some Missouri residents can complete the renewal process using the department's online system. If you are eligible, your renewal card will have a PIN printed on it.
Regardless of how you choose to complete the renewal process, you'll need to provide the following information:Other Topics in This SectionBe a Hero
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