How to Register a Car in PA and How Much Does It Cost?

| March 12, 2019

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First of all congrats! Buying your first brand new car or used car that’s new to you is a major milestone. As you prepare to embark on that first exciting step, you start learning about a whole lot of other things that you need to do as part of the process. Proof of insurance? Getting license plates? How much is all this going to cost? No need for stress though. We’ll walk you through what you need to do to register your car in Pennsylvania and all the fees step-by-step. How do you register a new car or used car in Pennsylvania? To legally drive your new ride on the highways and byways in Pennsylvania you need to make sure your car is properly registered. If you’re buying a new car, most of this is usually taken care of at the dealership. But, in case it isn’t, you’ll need the following info to register your car: Get your vehicle insured – We can help you select not only the right car insurance coverage but can also potentially save you a few bucks. We’ll provide you with all the necessary documentation you’ll need. We also offer New Car Replacement Coverage ensuring (for qualifying vehicles) you can get a replacement vehicle of equal value with that new car smell if you ever get into an accident where you were not at fault and your vehicle is totaled. Best of all, this coverage is free with your Verti Car Insurance Policy.

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