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* Complete and sign an appropriate application for registration form. If the vehicle is registered in joint ownership, both owners must sign. Submit the last issued out of state certificate of registration.
* Submit the last issued out of state certificate of title if you are listed as the lienholder.
* Submit a bill of lading or shipping receipt which shows the date the vehicle arrived in Maui.
* Submit a current Hawaii certificate of safety inspection
* If vehicle’s year model is 2007, 2008 or 2009, submit a G-27 form with any required attachments. This form may be obtained from the State of Hawaii Department of Taxation or from their web site at www.state.hi.us/tax/alphalist.html#g. Questions regarding the G-27 form should be directed to the Maui District Tax Office at 808-984-8500.
If we do not have the weight of the vehicle as established by the manufacturer, you may be required to have the vehicle weighed at a state certified scale.
The required fees will be determined by registration personnel.
* Complete an application for registration form. The application must be signed by the registered owners as indicated on the certificate of registration.
* Submit the other county's certificate of registration.
*Submit the other county's certificate of title if you are listed as the lienholder.
* The fee, if required, will be determined by registration personnel.
1. The vehicle is registered in your name.
2. A Hawaii safety check inspection from an authorized safety check station has been obtained. 3. An out-of-state vehicle permit from the Department of Motor Vehicle Registration within 30 days of its arrival on Maui is issued. To obtain the permit, submit the following:
* A completed out-of-state vehicle permit application form, MVR/DF53. The current out-of-state certificate of registration.
* A bill of lading or shipping receipt which shows the date the vehicle arrived on Maui.
* The Hawaii Certificate Of Safety Check Inspection.
* $10.00 payment for the permit.
The out-of-state plates will be valid until their expiration date or for 12 months, whichever occurs first.
To obtain a replacement, you must:
* Complete and sign an application for replacement plate or emblem form MVR/DF14.
* Submit your current certificate of registration.
* If your license plates have been mutilated or defaced, you must surrender both your front and back plates.
* If only one plate has been lost or stolen, you must bring in your one remaining plate.
* The fee to replace both the licenses plates and emblem is $5.50.
* The fee to replace only an emblem is .50 cents.
If your special license plate is lost, mutilated, or stolen, you must obtain a replacement.
To obtain a replacement:
* Complete and sign an application for replacement special number plates form MVR/DF20.
* Submit your current motor vehicle registration.
* If your special license plates have been mutilated or defaced, you must surrender both your front and back plates.
* The fee to order replacement special plates is $20.
* The special plate will take approximately 60 to 90 days to manufacture. During this period you will need to purchase regular license plates and emblem for a fee of $5.50 .
* Complete and sign an application for replacement plates (form MVR/DF14).
The Motor Vehicle Registration Personnel will provide you additional information when the application for replacement is received.