First, you need to get your new license at the DMV. Then, you need to make sure that your car insurance has the correct address on it-you will need this to register your car in a different state. You will need to bring your title, if you have a loan or a lease, you will need to mail in to get the title from the leinholder. Finally, bring a check book. You will need to write a check for your car registration. For two years, I had to pay about $250. This will depend on the state you live in.
Don’t forget that once your car is registered in a new state, you will have about 10 days to get your car inspected in the state. I called around and got mine inspected for $68 at PepBoys. They even put my new license plate on my car.
So in total, I paid about $318 to register my car in my new state.