Frequently Asked Questions
Can I renew my vehicle registration online?
Yes, you can renew your vehicle registration online via eChecks or with a major credit card. The fee schedule and instructions are on the main registration page.
To renew a vehicle registration online, please click here
If I register my vehicle online and am stopped by a police officer, is my registration valid?
No, your registration renewal is not valid until you receive your new registration and decals from the Town Clerk.
What is required to register a vehicle if I am moving to Londonderry from another state?
First, you need proof of residency, such as closing papers on your home, a lease agreement, a utility bill for a service connected to your home, or a pay stub with your Londonderry address on it. If you own your vehicle outright, please bring the original title and current valid registration. If you have a loan or a leased vehicle, please call the Town Clerk’s office, 432-1100 ext. 195, to get directions for providing lienholder or lease information.
What is required to register a vehicle if I am moving to Londonderry from within the State of NH?
You need proof of residency, such as closing papers on your home, a lease agreement, a utility bill for a service connected to your home, or a pay stub with your Londonderry address on it. You also need your current valid registration.
What is required to transfer my plates to a new (or new to me) vehicle?
First, you need the original registration. Next, you need a Certificate of Origin, Certificate of Title, or an application for a Certificate of Title from the dealership where you purchased your new vehicle. The transfer must be ‘from the same name to the same name.’ Please call the Town Clerk’s office, 432-1100 ext. 195, for further information, especially if a leasing company is involved.
Can I get vanity plates at the Town Clerk’s office?
You can complete the Town portion of your registration at the Town Clerk’s office, where you can also pick up a vanity plate application. You will visit a State DMV office to complete the process.
Can I get Moose plates or State Park plates at the Town Clerk’s office?
Yes, you can get numbered Moose or State Park plates.
Can I sign a title application if it is not in my name?
You would need to have specific notarized power of attorney to act on the owner’s behalf.