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Warren County Title Office Mason - Reading Road in 773 Reading Road

(513) 336-6795

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773 Reading Road

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DMV offices in Mason, Ohio

Deputy Registrar License Agency

775 Reading Road, 45040

(513) 398-8928

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Warren County Title Office Mason - Reading Road

773 Reading Road, 45040

(513) 336-6795

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Butler County Title Office - West Chester

4872 Union Center Pavilion Drive, Beckett Towne Center, 45069

(513) 860-9702

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License Agency- BMV

641 Loveland-Madeira Rd., 45140

(513) 683-3454

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Deputy Registrar License Agency

19 Dave Ave., Unit B, 45036

(513) 932-6879

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Lebanon Driver Exam Station

19 Dave Ave., Unit C, 45036

(877) 439-8378

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Warren County Title Office – Lebanon

19 Dave Street, Unit A, 45036

(513) 695-1175

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Cincinnati Driver Exam Station

11177 Reading Rd., Suite 201-202, 45241

(513) 769-3047

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Hamilton County Deputy Registrar License Agency

9997 Montgomery Road, 45242

(513) 891-2284

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Deputy Registrar License Agency

3232 Roosevelt Blvd., 45044

(513) 422-7225

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There are different options to renovate the driving license. The first option is to do it via Internet, to do it online, the applicant must possess the plates license and the last five digits of the vehicle Identification Number; in case of a vessel or boat you will need the Hull Identification Number, and the smog certification; last, you will need to have the renewal notice with your current home address.

At the moment of the renewal the applicant must not have any doubt or infraction. Once the applicant has processed the renewal, he or she will receive a sticker within the next 5 days with the renovated plate.

The second option is through a DMV auto service terminal (Department of Motorized Vehicles), there you can have the new sticker instantly. Apart from the registry renewal, you can operate other formalities from there, like paying the restitutio fare for suspension of the vehicle plate, present or renew the affidavit of a non-used vehicle, among others.

These kinds of terminals help to avoid waiting lines and to make more efficient and fast transactions, you may use these terminals for all kinds of vehicles,pickups, motorcycles, house trailers and commercial vehicles that don't need a commercial plate.

The last option for registry renewal is through the BPA (Business Partners Automatization program). The DMV allows that business partners have the chance to process and issue license plates, enabling decals and plates among others.


The titling of a vehicle establishes an individual person or a business, as a legal operator of the Vehicle, and every State of USA possesses different procedures to obtain this kind of certification.

When a sale/purchase of a vehicle happens, the titling of it must be transferred to the new owner, unless there is a financed purchase, in which case, the owner remains the same until the payment is complete, that way, the titling is transferred to the new owner. When this documentation is lost, the owner can apply for a copy in the State where the title had been issued.

The data that we can find in this documentation are: Identification Number, brand of the vehicle, year of production, plate number, owner details and, in case there is a doubt at the moment, the data of the person to whom the money is owed.

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