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  • You can renew your registration online only if you have previously been registered.
  • You must have a Temp ID and Passcode. This Information can be found on your renewal letter.
  • If you renew online, the attestation form you received in the mail should not be submitted.

Four Steps to Renewing Online:

Step 1: Use your Temp ID and passcode (One time use only).

Step 2: Type the prompted CAPTCHA for validation.

Step 3: You must complete sections 1 through 8 and review before submission. Select the E-Signature button. Each owner will receive an individual e-mail that contains the Temp ID and Passcode to electronically sign and complete the E-Signature.

Step 4: Payment options: $6.95 convenience fee for all online payments (All payments are nonrefundable.*)

To make a payment by credit card or electronic check, click on E-pay.

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  • Electronic Check (ACH). When entering an electronic check you will be required to obtain the bank routing number and account number (do not include the check number).


  • Submit a check by mail to 300 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013. The check should be made payable to Department of Justice.

Before submitting, we recommend that you print the review page for your records. If you select to renew your registration online, do not submit the attestation form which was previously mailed. This will only delay the renewal process.

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*Registration fees, late fees and the $6.95 convenience fees are nonrefundable.

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