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New Alabama Tag Renewal Requirements

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Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Dec 31 2012 3:46 PM

Judge Patrick Davenport has recently made some modifications to the tag line that may be helpful to the public. Please use your resources to pass the following information along to the public. If you would like to arrange a time to film the tag office or to interview Judge Davenport regarding these changes please contact the Probate Office at 334-677-4792.

Your assistance in keeping the public informed on changes in the Houston County Probate Office is appreciated.

Thank you.

2013 Alabama Tag renewal requirements under new Mandatory Liability Insurance law Effective January 1, 2013

Please provide the following items if renewing in person at the Houston County Administrative Building or at any remote tag site or include copies if renewing by US mail or by dropping in Houston County Drop Box.

1. A current insurance card which included the policy number and Insurance Company Number (NAIC)

2. A valid ID for each individual listed on the vehicle registration

3. Present renewal notice or vehicle registration for each vehicle

4. Include phone numbers (home & cell) and email address

5. All information requested on the renewal card must be completed to renew by US Mail or to drop off in the Houston County Drop Box

The above information will also be required for all online renewals. Online renewal transactions may be completed online at under the tab, online payments.


Patrick H. Davenport,

Houston County Probate Judge

Maddox Law

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