You can only use RenewExpress to process the online renewal for your vehicle or vessel registration(s). For questions about your registration such as vehicle details, title name, registration fees, or why you can't renew online, please contact the DHSMV.
If you completed your registration but used an incorrect address or haven't received your tags, please visit the Martin County Tax Collector's website for instructions on requesting a replacement.
If you are having problems using this website, or have a question about making your payment, please contact Grant Street Group's software support team at email@example.com or call us at 1-866-419-2488.
For answers to specific questions please use the Help Topics and Questions below.
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Help Topics & Questions
Searching for Registrations & Renewing
- Searching for Registrations
- Multiple Registrations
- 12 or 24 Month Renewals
- Registered in a Different County?
My Renewal Information
- How to Change Your Address
- The Details On My Renewal Are Incorrect
- I've Already Renewed but the Website Still Shows My Renewal as Due
- Why Can't I Renew Online?
Checkout and Payment
What Happens After Renewing Online?
Tags Not Received - Renewal Errors
Searching for Registrations
You can search by either:
- PIN - You can find the PIN number on the registration renewal notice.
- License plate AND registrant's birth date - (If there are two registrants on the renewal notice, you can use either birth date).
Do not enter all three fields, or any other combination of the data.
If you can't find your registration, and you have double checked that you entered everything correctly, it may not currently be renewable through RenewExpress and you should try the DHSMV's website.
You can renew more than one registration at a time. You can search and add another registration each time after you add one to your cart.
After you have finished adding renewals to your cart click Continue to checkout and pay.
12 or 24 Month Renewals
Some vehicles can be renewed for either 12 or 24 months. You can change the number of months to renew using the Months drop-down list.
Registered in a Different County?
This site can only be used for vehicles registered in this county. If your vehicle is registered in a different Florida county, please call the Martin County Tax Collector's Office Phone Center at (772) 288-5600.
How to Change Your Address
Unless you update your mailing address, your renewals will be mailed to the address on file for the registration. To update your mailing address, please visit the DHSMV's website.
To verify your mailing address on file, enter your PIN or license plate and date of birth to search for your vehicle, then click "View Mailing Address." Before the address on file will be displayed, you will be asked to verify your identity by entering the first line of the address exactly as it is printed on your renewal notice. Contact your Tax Collector's Office if you need any assistance.
The Details On My Renewal Are Incorrect
If you need to make any changes to the information on your renewal you have to contact the DHSMV. Please note, however, that the information we show on the website is from data that the DHSMV initially sends us three months before the expiration date, so any recent changes may not be reflected on the site.
I've Already Renewed but the Website Still Shows My Renewal as Due
The information we show on the website is from data that the DHSMV initially sends us three months before the expiration date, so any recent changes may not be reflected on the site. If you completed and paid for your renewal by some other method and already received it, you do not need to do anything else. If you attempt to renew it again, it will be rejected by the DHSMV within one business day, you will receive an email notification, and your card will be refunded.
Why Can't I Renew Online?
The DHSMV sends the data that we use on the website and the County uses to send your renewal notice. In some cases the DHSMV may have marked your registrations as not renewable online. There are several reasons that they mark it as not renewable online but one of the most common is when proof of insurance is required. If your registration is not renewable online you will have to go to the Martin County Tax Collector's office to complete your renewal. If you need to find out more about why you cannot complete your renewal online you must contact the DHSMV. We do not have any more information than what is displayed on the website when you search for your renewal. If your vehicle is registered in a different Florida county, please call the Martin County Tax Collector's Office Phone Center at (772) 288-5600.
You can pay online using credit or debit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express) or eChecks.
Credit or debit cards will initially be validated with a $1 authorization and then processed within one business day.
The Convenience Fee is $2.95 for each renewal paid by credit or debit card. These fees will be displayed before you check out, when you will have the option to continue or cancel the transaction. The Martin County Tax Collector does not receive any part of the Convenience Fee. There is no fee for payments made by eCheck.
Problems Checking Out?
You may not have filled out all of the required fields correctly, or there may be a problem with your browser. Scroll to the top of the page to look for an error message. If you do not see one you can try using a different browser or reloading the page.
Can I Cancel My Payment or Cancel the Renewal?
Your transaction CANNOT be cancelled after you have checked out. Please verify all of your information, including the vehicle(s) being renewed, before checking out.
When & How Will I Get My Renewal?
Registration renewals will be sent to the DHSMV for processing within one business day. All successful registration renewals will be sent by first-class mail within 7-10 business days. If you do not receive your decal(s) within 10 days, or you need a replacement, you can visit the Martin County Tax Collector's website for information on what to do.
Renewal Not Received or Address Was Incorrect
You should first check your email to make sure that you received an email from us confirming that your registration was successful or letting you know why it was rejected. If you didn't receive an email it is possible that you didn't do the renewal online properly and you should email email@example.com to confirm that your renewal was completed. Include the county your vehicle/vessel is registered in, the license plate or PIN, and the date you attempted to do the renewal.
All successful registration renewals will be sent by first-class mail within 7-10 business days. If you do not receive your decal(s) within 10 days, or you need a replacement, you can visit the Martin County Tax Collector's website for information on what to do. If you completed your online renewal but used the wrong address you can find information on how to apply for a replacement on the Martin County Tax Collector's website.
Rejected Renewal Requests
At least once a day we batch up the renewal requests completed online that day (the next business day following a weekend) and send them to the DHMSV for processing. The DHSMV will either accept or reject the renewal request, at which point your payment method will be charged the full amount of the renewal. You will receive a confirmation email when your payment has been processed. If your renewal is rejected, you will receive an email notice and your payment method will not be charged or will be refunded for the amount of the renewal that was rejected. The refund may take a few days to show up on your statement.