The Illinois Secretary of State (SOS) is pleased to announce that renewal stickers have been mailed to the registered owners of vehicles (except motorcycles), semi-trailers, trailers and semitrailers. These stickers must be affixed to your license plate. The sticker photos allow the Secretary of State’s Law Enforcement officers to quickly recognize valid stickers.
www.ilsos.gov is the official site of the Illinois Secretary of State, which contains information about business activities, charities, voter registration and elections. Our main office is located in Springfield and we also have offices in Chicago, Carbondale and other areas throughout Illinois.
The Illinois Vehicle Registration and Personal Identification Card (ID) sticker expires every two years on August 1, 2020. You do not need to change the registration stickers on your vehicle until the expiration date arrives. The inspection sticker must be current at all times, however you may wait until shortly before it expires to renew the registration.
Your license plate sticker represents compliance with local and state laws, identifies you as a citizen of Illinois, and indicates that your vehicle has passed an emissions inspection. Please renew your vehicle’s registration at least 30 days prior to its expiration date; otherwise, you may be subject to late fees. If you fail to renew within 120 days after the expiration date, administrative penalties will be assessed for delinquent renewal. Violators may also receive notices from law enforcement officers concerning their failure to comply with current laws.”
The state of Illinois requires that all vehicles must be properly registered with stickers indicating the current year. The annual sticker is paid for by the vehicle owner and is valid for one year from the date printed on the sticker.
How to Renew Vehicle Registration
Important: You must renew your vehicle registration and sticker every two years. You cannot operate a vehicle or trailer on public roadways until the stickers are properly displayed on your vehicle and trailer.
All vehicles required to carry the ILSOS.gov sticker must be renewed no later than one week prior to the expiration date on the sticker. Any vehicle not meeting this requirement can be ticketed, and citations are typically issued in the amount of $20 per day. To renew your registration in Michigan, visit the ILSOS website at www.ilsos.gov/line/renew and follow the instructions on the screen.
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