Automobile Registration

 

THIS PAGE IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT

Submission Email: departmentoftransportation@generalpostexchange.org

 

Requirements for Registration of Vehicle

A) Submit to this DOT a legible scan/copy of the State MVA Certificate of Title showing no existing security interests exist against the vehicle (a copy of the front and back of the MVA Certificate of Title is required).

B) Submit to this DOT a driving record report for the license-holder obtained from the State MVA going back five (5) years (or state maximum if defined)

C) Submit to the DOT two (2) color photographs of the automobile to be registered
1) a picture from the side containing the full body of the vehicle, and
2) a picture of the VIN Number from the sticker placed within Driver-side Door

(NOTE: photographs and documents that are blurred, over-exposed or are otherwise indiscernible will be rejected and the automobile registration process will be suspended until an acceptable replacement is submitted and approved by one of the DOT staff)

D) After completing Steps A, B and C, obtain Form 101 from the DOT. Complete and return Form 101 to the Deputy Governor (see email address below). Once Form 101 has been fully processed you will receive a “certified copy” of Form101 and your new Title (pdf) for your records.

Submit Completed Form 101 to: deputygovernor@generalpostoffice.org

(Information that is incomplete or inaccurate ob Form 101 will halt the registration process)

 

To terminate registration at a State MVA

1) Collect your new registration and sufficient personal credentials (IDs, etc.) issued to you from this Government as well as the Certificate of Title issued to you from the State DMV.

2) Visit the State DMV

3) Inform the DMV clerk that you have “shipped the vehicle out of country” (not out of state — out of country!) and you would like to close out the DMV registration (basically, you are returning the State DMV’s Certificate of Title to them). When asked, present your IDs, new registration, the State Certificate of Title, etc. The clerk will then do what needs to be done. Note: a clerk doesn’t necessarily handle this type of request everyday so the clerk may show a little hesitancy or confusion. But be patient and cooperative because once you have been given the DMV paperwork acknowledging the vehicle has been “shipped out of country”, you have accomplished a big step regarding your personal liberty.

 

Vehicle Registration Plates

Plates (Tags) have been approved by the National assembly and vendors are being reviewed. Updates will be published when available.