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Nearly 6,000 Boyle vehicles have unpaid registration

According to data released by the Kentucky Division of Motor Vehicle Licensing almost 6,000 vehicle registrations in Boyle County remain unpaid beyond their original expiration date. More than 640 registrations due in March alone remain unpaid in Boyle County. And another 600-plus just from August are still due. Time is running out for those vehicle owners to pay their registration and taxes without incurring a penalty.

Earlier this year, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet granted a grace period for all vehicle and vessel registrations and disabled parking placards administered by county clerks or the Cabinet. That window, which was created to ease the burden on those adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, will continue with no penalties through the close of business on Oct. 6, 2020.

However, beginning Oct. 7, any unpaid registration or placard due at the end of September or earlier will be considered past due and a penalty will be added for the entire overdue period. That means registrations due at the end of March will have seven months of penalties tacked on to the original bill.

Registrations can be renewed in Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom’s office 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. When renewing your registration, be sure to bring:

  • Photo identification.
  • Kentucky certificate of registration.
  • Current original proof of Kentucky insurance effective date within 45 days of the date you renew your registration.​
  • Money for fees and applicable taxes in the form of cash, check or debit/credit card. There is an additional fee to use a debit or credit card.

Kentuckians may also renew registrations for vehicles, trailers and campers online at drive.ky.gov or by mail. Boats may be renewed in-person at county clerk offices or through the mail. Disabled parking placards must be renewed in-person.

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