Online Payments are charged a 2.39% convenience fee for credit cards. This fee is based on the total amount due.
DO YOU Feel you have a fever or flu-like symptoms?
DO YOU Have a cough or shortness of breath?
HAVE YOU BEEN in contact with anyone with a fever or Flu-like symptoms?
HAVE YOU Traveled outside the United States, including cruise ship travel, within the last 14 days?
HAVE YOU Had personal contact with anyone who has traveled outside the United States, including cruise ship travel, with in the last 14 days?
IF YOU ANSWERED YES to any of these questions listed above, PLEASE do not enter the office! We invite you to visit FLHSMV"S website to complete drivers license or motor vehicle transactions @ GoRenew.com. For property taxes please follow the link on the website under search and pay taxes online.
We ask that you please use the website, if you have questions please call (352) 486-5172. Please note that due to the conditions we are currently experiencing, our phones are very busy and you may experience a long wait time.
Bronson's New location : 310 School St. Bronson, FL 32621
Located directly behind the Court House in the Old High School.
Hazmat and Fingerprinting - appointment only! (Bronson Office) 352-486-5172
Concealed Weapons Permits and Renewals (Bronson Only) No appointment needed 8:30 - 3:30
These services are provided in the Bronson Office Only.
Tag & Title
Vehicle Registration Tags and Titles
If you meet Florida's residency requirements, you are required by law to title and register your vehicle with the State of Florida. If you are not sure if you qualify, please refer to Section 320.01 F.S. Motor vehicle registrations and decals are renewable up to three months in advance.
Florida law requires all four-wheel motorized vehicles to be insured by a licensed Florida agent. Current proof of Florida insurance is required by the Tax Collectors office prior to the issuance of a registration, tag and/or decal. If you have any insurance questions, please visit the Florida Department of Insurance web site.
Florida residents, on military assignment outside of Florida, are not required to submit proof of Florida insurance coverage. This exemption does not apply to vehicles registered solely in the name of a non-military spouse or dependent(s) of the military member. The military member must provide the following:
- An out-of-state address for the Florida registration certificate.
- One of the following must be submitted as proof of current military assignment out of state:
- Copy of military orders, or
- An affidavit from the military members commanding officer that confirms the militaryorders and the date of the assignment.
- An affidavit stating the motor vehicle is maintained at the state of posting and will not be operated in the state of Florida except in a transient visitor status.
Section 320.072, Florida Statutes, requires a $225.00 fee to be imposed upon the initial application for registration on certain new and used motor vehicle registrations.This "new wheels" fee is collected by the Tax Collectors Office for the Division of Motor Vehicles. This fee is due on any automobile registered for private-use, any lightweight truck or any motor home unless the vehicle being registered is a replacement for a vehicle that has been disposed of. In this case, the registeredowner must sign a vehicle disposal affidavit.
Change in Registration and Decal Appearance FAQ:
Floridas vehicle registration and decals are changing. Please visit the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles web site for more information and a list of frequently asked questions.
Personalized license plates may be issued to most motor vehicle owners or lessees. Applications must be submitted to the Tax Collector’s office to ensure that obscene or objectionable choices are not granted. The cost for personalized plates is $12 per year plus the regular fees. Applications may be submitted at any time, but please allow at least 45 days to manufacture the new plates. Plates are only issued for the current registration period unless you apply during the 3 month advance registration renewal period.
Do you want to know how the Florida lemon law works? If so please follow this link: http://legal.firn.edu/lemonlaw/works.html
The highway patrol also provides information designed to protect consumers from purchasing a lemon at http://www.hsmv.state.fl.us/dmv/usedcar.html
For additional information relating to vehicle registration, driver licenses, driver license handbooks, legal updates and related information, visit the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles