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    Summary: Moving to a New State

    If you've recently moved, you'll need to transfer your license from another state, transfer your old license plates, and register your vehicle in your new state. Click your state to find the requirements for your driver's license, vehicle registration, and other tasks you'll need to complete with your new state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

    Here it is! Your guide to a smooth transition to driving in your new state, with quick tips and how-to instructions on getting a new driver's license, vehicle registration, and other Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) services in your new home. Our easy-to-navigate Web pages provide all of the information you need to get these tasks done quickly.

    Visit our pages first to find out if you can conduct any of your DMV business online or download the required forms in advance. Not sure how long you have until you will need to get a license in your new state? Wondering what you need to do to get new plates? Worried that your traffic tickets will carry over when you relocate? We have all of the information you need.

    Requirements for new residents vary from state to state, but we can quickly connect you to the proper information that applies to you, wherever you've moved. After only a brief visit to our complete DMV guide for new residents, you will quickly understand what makes your new state unique, as well as the ins and outs of that state's driver and vehicle services.

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