What do I need to register my car in Ada County?

What should I bring when applying for my vehicle registration and title?

  1. The vehicle being titled and registered. You will need to have the vehicle identification number (VIN) inspected.
  2. Current title and registration.
  3. Your personal identification.
  4. Cash or a check for payment of any applicable taxes and fees.

Is the Idaho DMV open during Covid?

The Idaho Transportation Department’s Division of Motor Vehicles encourages residents to complete DMV services online, as COVID-19 leads to limited in-person service at most county driver’s license and registration offices across the state. This gives Idahoans an additional year to get the Star Card, Idaho’s REAL ID.

Where do I register my car in Ada County?


  1. 8655 W. Franklin Rd. Boise, ID 83709. (208) 577-3135.
  2. 190 East Front Street. Suite 107. Just east of the Ada County Courthouse on the ground floor. Boise, ID 83702.
  3. 1769 N. Lakes Pl. Suite 100. Meridian, ID 83646.
  4. 9115 Chinden Suite 103. Garden City, ID 83714. (208) 577-3135.
  5. 10769 W. State Street. Star, ID 83669.

What counts as proof of residency in Idaho?

Proof of Idaho Residency Lease/rental agreement, mortgage or deed. Account statement from one or two different public utilities. Account statement from bank or financial institution. Tax document Form W-2 or Form-1099 (may be the same document used in Step 3 above if dated within current year)

What documents do I need to register my car in Idaho?

Before you can register or title your vehicle, you will need to provide either your Idaho driver’s license number, Idaho ID card* number, or social security number (SSN), or your individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN), along with your full legal name and physical address, and mailing addresss if different.

Do I have to take a driver’s test if I move to Idaho?

Do drivers moving to Idaho have to retake the written test again? Yes, when you move to Idaho you’ll need to pass the written test when you transfer your out-of-state license. While much of the information on the written test is very similar from state to state, there are some nuances you’ll need to know.

How do you get an appointment at DMV?

Either visit your state’s DMV website or call your local DMV office for the appointment number. Some branch offices offer a central appointment number, while other states offer appointment numbers by DMV location. Either way, when calling, have your learner’s permit number at the ready.

How to schedule an appointment with DMV?

Citizenship Status. The first step is to indicate your citizenship status.

  • DMV Service Type. Next is to select the FL DMV service type you need for an appointment.
  • Choose Your County and FL DMV Office.
  • Select an Appointment Date and Time.
  • Confirm Your Information.
  • Do you need an appointment at DMV?

    In most states, an appointment is not required. However, making an appointment before you head to the DMV can reduce wait times and speed along the process. Often, you can make an appointment online.

    How much does drivers license cost in Idaho?

    Fees for a Driver’s License in Idaho. The fee and length of validity of your ID driver’s license will depend on your age: 18 to 21 years old: $30 (valid for 3 years). 20 years old: $15 (valid for 1 year). 21 years old and older: $30 (valid for 4 years). 21 to 62 years old: $55 (valid for 8 years).

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