Georgia DMV Change of Address Form

Moving somewhere in Georgia? Before you cruise around the new neighborhood, add updating the Department of Motor Vehicles to your moving to-do list. In some states, you have less than 30 days to update your driving records and/or vehicle registration, so now's the time to act!

But don't worry - we've got your back. We've compiled everything you need to know about updating your driving records with your new residential or mailing address. You'll be able to head out with the car keys from the day you officially call Georgia home.

To begin, select from the following

Georgia Driver's License Change of Address

Do I need to notify the state of Georgia?

Yes

Will filling out an official U.S. Postal Service Change of Address Form update my driver's license records?

No

Will the state of Georgia issue me a new driver's license or ID card?

Yes

Where can I complete my driver's license change of address?

You're in luck! You can easily complete your change of address online through Georgia's Change of Address Service website.

What will I need when I notify the DMV?

  • Your current driver's license

When do I need to complete my driver's license change of address?

Act fast - you'll need to report your change of address within 60 days of your move.

Georgia Vehicle Registration Change of Address Information

Do I need to notify the state of Georgia?

Yes

Will filling out an official U.S. Postal Service Change of Address Form update my vehicle registration records?

No

Where can I complete my vehicle registration change of address?

You'll have to visit your local Tax Commissioner's Tag Office. Unfortunately, services are not available online.

What will I need when I notify the DMV?

  • Proof of residence (Example: utility bill or pay stub)

When do I need to complete my vehicle registration change of address?

Don't sit on it - you'll need to report your change of address within 30 days of your move.

Georgia Driver's License Change of Address

Do I need to get a new driver's license?

Yes

Where can I get a new driver's license?

We hate to say it, but you'll need to visit the Georgia Department of Driver Services. Unfortunately, services are not available online.

What will I need?

When do I need to get a new driver's license?

Act fast - you'll need to obtain an Georgia driver's license within 30 days of becoming a resident.

Do I need to take a driving test?

Nope. Save your real driving skills for the road. You will, however, have to pass a vision exam.

Is there a fee?

Ah, the age old question. Costs vary. Visit the fees page for more information.

Georgia Vehicle Registration Change of Address Information

Do I need to register my vehicle?

Yes

Where can I register my vehicle?

You'll need to visit the Georgia Department of Driver Services in person. Sorry to say, but services are not available online.

What will I need?

When do I need to register my vehicle?

Don't sit on it - you'll need to register your vehicle within 30 days of becoming a resident.

Is there a fee?

We don't fault you for asking. Visit the fees pagefor more information.

Is an emission test required?

Yes. Visit Georgia's Clean Air Force website for more information.

Is proof of liability insurance required?

Yes. Visit Georgia's Liability Insurance Policy page for more information.

Georgia Driver's License Change of Address

Do I need to notify the state of Georgia?

No. When you receive a license from your new state, Georgia will automatically cancel your driver's license.

Georgia Vehicle Registration Change of Address Information

Do I need to notify the state of Georgia?

No

Will filling out an official U.S. Postal Service Change of Address Form update my vehicle registration records?

No

Do I need to return my license plates?

No. Go ahead and save them for the grandkids.

Resources

Georgia Department of Driver Services
1-404-968-3800

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