The Office of the Hall County Tax Commissioner was informed last week that standard registration renewal notices for December will not be mailed out by the Department of Revenue (DOR). Instead, the DOR will be sending out generic letter notifications to remind residents that they are coming up on their renewal, but it will not have the same billing information, including amount due, that is normally provided.
"Renewal notices are a courtesy reminder mailing that we have been fortunate enough to have approved in our budget. Though tax commissioners are not required to offer this service, we believe it's a win-win for us and our residents as we realize that sometimes life gets busy and we forget," said Tax Commissioner Darla Eden.
Once the letter is received, please follow the instructions on the letter to retrieve your Renewal Identification Number (RIN) if you wish to pay online or to find out amount owed. The RIN will automatically populate in the renewal program to continue the renewal process.
Note: Vehicle registration is required to be renewed by the expiration date which is the date of the first listed owner's birthday. Failure to renew timely can result in citations and fines.
Eden, Hall County Tax Commissioner, also reminds taxpayers that her
office offers five ways to renew motor vehicle registrations. Taxpayers
may renew online at tax.hallcounty.org or visit the DOR website https://mvd.dor.ga.gov/tags/