Any vehicle registered by the DMV shall be inspected once a year, during the month of the owner’s birth date. gross vehicle weight and all school buses exceeding 10,000 lbs.gross vehicle weight, public and private, shall be inspected semi-annually.Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) New Hampshire Department of Safety 23 Hazen Drive Concord, NH 03305 (603) 227-4000| gov/safety/divisions/dmv Division of State Police, New Hampshire Department of Safety James H. Box 483 Concord, NH 03302-0483 (603) 271-3734 | gov/dot An application for a certificate of title shall be made by the owner of a motor vehicle to the DMV, on a form prescribed by the DMV.
Upon transfer of ownership of any vehicle, its registration shall expire.
No certificate of registration shall be issued to any person under 16 years of age. Only 3 20-day registrations shall be issued on the same vehicle within a 12-month period.
The registration of a motor vehicle shall expire at midnight on the last day of the month in which the first anniversary of the registrant’s birth following the date of issue is observed.
20-Day Registration: Any resident who intends to purchase a vehicle in another state, from another person, or who is unable to register a vehicle because of limited hours of operation of the town clerk in the town where the person resides, may apply to the DMV for a registration to drive the vehicle on the roads of the state for a maximum period of 20 days.
(TNS) — CONCORD — As the state Legislature prepares to begin its work for the 2017 session, many laws passed in the last session are about to take effect. When video from a news helicopter in May captured police officers beating a suspect in Nashua at the end of a high-speed chase, the body camera bill, which had been working its way through the Legislature since January, gained momentum. It does not require state, local or county law enforcement agencies to use body cameras, but sets out seven pages of regulations should they decide to do so.