Expired More Than 90-Days
If your plate is expired more than 90-days or does not renew in the next 90-days, you will not be able to renew using a kiosk or online.
I have been driving my vehicle.
You will keep your current expiration month.
Use one of the options below. The regular plate renewal fee in Sumner County is $80.00 (State-$39 Sumner County-$51 =$80.) There is an additional fee by mail ($5.00 for a plate $2.00 for a decal only.)
State renewal fee for vehicle registrations expiring 07-01-22 thru 06-30-23.
2022 Which style of the new plate do you want?
We are currently processing most registration renewals by the following methods:
- By Mail – send your vehicle renewal notice and payment to the address below. Checks should be made payable to: Sumner County Clerk.
- In-Person – The County Administration Building in Gallatin or the Hendersonville MVD Office. For safety reasons the number of customers allowed inside the office will be limited. <Locations >
I have NOT been driving my vehicle.
You can get an updated expiration date.
If the vehicle has not been driven for at least 90 days past its expiration date, it is possible to receive a new expiration date. The registered owner is required to sign a certified statement that the vehicle has not been driven since the expiration date on the registration.
- By Mail – Send the last vehicle’s registration; the following certified statement and a copy of owner driver’s license with the annual renewal fee to the address below. Checks should be made payable to: Sumner County Clerk.
- In-Person – We can prepare and certified the statement. The registered owner must be present and have identification. A change of expiration date will need to be processed inside with one of our MVD Clerks.
If you have been driving the vehicle – Keep the current expiration date: Does not require the certified statement
Have additional Questions?
Leave your contact phone number at 615-452-4063 or Clerk@SumnerCountyTN.gov and we will call you.