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AAA DMV Services

Visiting your local AAA branch for DMV-related services is quick, easy, and convenient.

Whether you need to renew your car registration or want to spice up your roadster with personalized license plates, you can count on AAA.

Please call the branch you plan to visit to confirm the availability of the over-the-counter or kiosk services you need. Many AAA locations now offer online appointment scheduling to save you time.

Which DMV services are available at AAA branches?

Services and fees vary by branch.* Call the AAA location near you or schedule an appointment online to verify that your branch offers the desired service.

Select AAA branches offer the following DMV services:

Vehicle Registration

  • Registration renewal
  • Transfer of out-of-state registration
  • Duplicate motor vehicle registration certificates
  • Replacement registration stickers
  • EDRS registration

Vehicle Title

  • Duplicate title
  • Out-of-state title transfers for most automobiles and light commercial vehicles (additional fees and supporting documentation may be required)
  • Transfer of ownership (Individuals in Alaska, California, and Utah can only transfer vehicles acquired from a private party.)

Vehicle License Plates

  • Replacement license plates
  • Duplicate license plates
  • Personalized license plates
  • Application for and pick up of disabled license plates, temporary placards, and permanent placards

Other DMV Services

  • One-day vehicle moving permit
  • Temporary vehicle operating permit

Find AAA DMV Services Near You

Visit the AAA branch finder to find your nearest branch.

How to Schedule a DMV Appointment at AAA Branches

To schedule a DMV appointment at your local AAA branch:

  1. Find your AAA branch.
  2. Click on the branch location to display its location page.
  3. Click on the red “Schedule an Appointment” button.
  4. A form will appear. Enter your name and phone number, then press “Continue.”
  5. A list of available services will pop up. Choose “DMV.”
  6. A list of DMV services available at your branch will appear. Choose one and then click on “Schedule an Appointment.”
  7. Choose your preferred appointment date and time from the available options.

For your convenience, many AAA branches offer extended hours and are open on Saturday.

Here's what to bring for your DMV transactions at AAA:

When you visit a AAA branch for DMV services, make sure to bring these documents:

  • Your valid AAA Membership card (required in California, Non-Members will pay additional fees in Alaska);
  • Your valid driver’s license, government-issued identification card, or DMV ID card;
  • Your DMV paperwork.

For vehicle-related transactions, you must be a AAA Member and be the registered owner of the car or be titling the vehicle in your name.


Check out the DMV services offered at AAA offices in Northern California.


Find AAA DMV services or DMV kiosks in Nevada.


Discover exclusive DMV services at Utah AAA branches.


Discover exclusive DMV services at Alaska AAA branches.


Take care of common MVD tasks at your local AAA branch in Montana.


Learn more about available MVD services at AAA offices in Arizona.

I was amazed.

"I could take care of everything at one window, with one supercompetent human and no extra costs."

—Colin G., Alameda, CA

It was so convenient.

"I needed to put the pink slip for a van in my name, and the dealership guy had signed it wrong. The people at the AAA Capitol Mall Branch in Sacramento helped me get corrections from the dealership."

—Julie P., AAA Member, Rodeo, CA

Frequently Asked Questions: AAA DMV Services

Can I get a Real ID at my AAA branch?

While you can accomplish many DMV-related services at AAA, you unfortunately cannot get a Real ID at your local AAA branch.

You’ll need to visit your local DMV office for that. When you go, make sure to bring:

  • Proof of your identity, such as your birth certificate or passport;
  • Your Social Security number or a document that shows it, such as a W-2 form;
  • Two documents that show proof of your home address, such as a rental agreement or utility bill.

For more information, visit the U.S. Department of Homeland Security website.

* DMV services available to AAA Members only in Northern California branches. A fee of up to 1.72% will be charged by AAA NCNU when you pay for a California DMV transaction by credit card.

Nevada branches have limited-service DMV kiosks available, the use of which is subject to DMV kiosk fees. Kiosks charge an additional processing fee of $4 for registration renewals and duplicates, and $1.25 for all other transactions. Services offered at kiosks are also available online. 

Non-Members in Alaska pay a $20 convenience fee for over-the-counter DMV services.