Renew your expiring Illinois license plates at any of our South Suburban Currency Exchange locations. We are authorized to print your renewal sticker instantly for any month in the current calendar year. Don’t stress over your approaching deadline with our convenient, over-the-counter and on-the-spot license plate renewal services.
How Illinois License Plate Renewals Work
You’ll have to renew your Illinois license plate every year. Registration renewal notices are usually sent out in the mail shortly before your renewal date. You can also find the month and year of this date on your plate’s sticker. The Office of the Illinois Secretary of State recommends you renew no later than one month before your registration expires. But we know that you’re busy and most of the time, life distractions get in the way of getting things done. That’s where we come in!
Fast, Third-Party Illinois License Plate Renewals
We make renewing your license plate a breeze! Skip the long lines at driver license facilities and avoid the confusion of renewing online. We have extended hours at our convenient locations and you have the option of paying with cash, debit, or credit card. We can assist you with all of your Illinois license plate renewal needs.
Change of Address
We can help you update your address during your renewal, as long as it is a legal Illinois residence.
Change of Name
A corrected title is needed to update your name on your registration. We can help you with both.
Change of Vehicle Information
We help you correct inaccurate information on your registration for both existing and new vehicles.
Renewal without Notice
Just provide your state license plate number, expiration date, and vehicle identification number (VIN).
Remember, your license plates have to be kept updated each year in order to legally operate your vehicle in Illinois. Don’t run the risk of driving illegally and incurring fines and a ticket.
We provide instant license plate renewals for nearly every type of vehicle including cars, trucks, trailers, motorcycles, RVs, and more. There are a few exceptions, so call us first for any info on specialty plates.
Do you need an emissions test? Certain Illinois counties require emissions testing every two years. This will need to be completed and your vehicle will need to pass before you can renew your plates.