A new state motor vehicle system and the Memorial Day holiday will affect services.
Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Richard Steele is alerting Gwinnett County residents that tag and title services will be interrupted in various ways from May 21-29 while a new state motor vehicle system is being installed.
“Most people wait until their birthdays to renew their tag, and most of the time that works out. But for those dates this year, it won’t,” Steele said. “To avoid any problems, residents whose birthdays are May 21st to May 29th need to renew early.”
Emissions tests must be completed in advance for model years 1995-2016, and ways to renew include:
• Online – for renewals without changes from previous registration; convenience fees apply; decals arrive by mail.
• Kiosks – for renewals without changes from previous registration; convenience fees apply; receive decal immediately.
• Tag Offices – for all renewals; no convenience fees; five offices county-wide.
For assistance, residents can contact the Motor Vehicle Customer Service Center at
(770) 822-8818 or tag@GwinnettCounty.com.
About the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner
Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Richard Steele is a constitutionally-elected official responsible to bill, collect and disburse personal and property taxes and to administer homestead exemptions. Serving also as an agent for the state of Georgia, the tax commissioner registers and titles motor vehicles and disburses associated revenue.