Parking and Toll Tickets

Unfortunately, your car registration is not a one-time deal. In the state of California, you will need to renew your registration with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) annually. It is illegal to drive with expired registration, so be sure you stay on top of your registration status. Don’t worry if you don’t know when you registration is due; the DMV sends renewal notices through the mail to make sure you know exactly when your registration is going to expire. Keep your address updated in the DMV system to ensure that you receive your notice.

Pay Parking Tickets or Toll Violations

Park illegally and get busted? Or did you forget to bring cash the last time you crossed a toll? These things happen to the best of us. Unfortunately, you will have to be sure that all parking and toll violations on your record are paid before you are allowed to renew your registration with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). If you have an outstanding violation that requires payment, the DMV will include this information on your registration renewal notice.

Paying Your Violation With Express auto registration

Express auto registration, your trusted DMV alternative is licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles and is authorized to perform a number of DMV transactions, including accepting payment for parking and toll violations. Once you enter some basic information (driver's license number, VIN, etc.) Express auto registration will retrieve your outstanding violations and allow you to post your payment to the DMV instantly and clear your record. You can use Express auto registration anytime, regardless of whether or not your registration renewal is coming up.