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Posted on: September 8, 2017

License plate renewal kiosk now available for Williamson Co. residents of Spring Hill

Kiosk Tag Renewal

Residents on the Williamson County side of Spring Hill can now conveniently renew their vehicle license plate registration within about a minute at Longview Recreation Center without waiting through long lines.

“I think this is going to help a lot, and the best feature to me is that you get your registration right then,” said Williamson County Chief Deputy County Clerk Jeff Whidby. “If you renew it online, you would still have to wait to receive it by mail. At the kiosk, there are no long lines to wait in and you don’t have to fight traffic. It literally takes less than a minute.”

To use the kiosk:
 - Scan the bar code on your registration renewal notice.
 - Swipe your debit or credit card.
 - The kiosk prints your new registration and decal.

Williamson County is one of six Tennessee counties requiring emissions testing for vehicle tag renewal. Have your vehicle tested at an emissions testing facility before going to a kiosk. There’s no need to bring the emissions paperwork with you as it is sent to the County Clerk’s Office. Please wait two hours after passing your emissions test before renewing at a kiosk, and the kiosk will recognize your vehicle by its Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on your registration renewal notice, automatically verifying it has passed emissions testing.

Tags can be renewed within 90 days before the expiration date. For kiosk renewals, a vehicle must be already registered in Williamson County. New residents moving into Williamson County and registering a vehicle for the first time within the county must do so in person at the County Clerk’s Office or by mail. If registering a vehicle for the first time in Tennessee, the owner of the vehicle must do so in person.

Longview Recreation Center is a Williamson County Parks & Recreation facility located at 2909 Commonwealth Drive in Spring Hill. The Williamson County Clerk’s Office also has tag renewal kiosks in recreation centers in Brentwood, Nolensville and Fairview.

Residents on the Maury County side of Spring Hill became the first in Spring Hill to gain this convenience when the Maury County Clerk’s Office installed a kiosk in April in the lobby of Spring Hill City Hall, at 199 Town Center Parkway. Maury County does not require emissions testing for vehicle tag renewal.

News Release-9/8/17
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