Trailer Registrations

In Florida, new utility or boat trailers 1,999 lbs or less are not issued a title. Instead, they are registered and issued a license plate; the registration serves as an ownership document, and contains a bill of sale. On new utility trailer registrations the Bill of Sale is located in the lower right hand corner of the registration. Click here for information regarding the documentation required to register your trailer.

Titled Trailers

Trailers weighing 2,000 lbs or more are required to be titled and registered. Refer to our Florida or out-of-state title transfer requirements, depending on where the trailer is currently titled.

Note: If the trailer is homemade and has never been titled or registered, a DMV Regional Office must inspect the trailer and assign an FLT number before a Florida title and registration may be issued. The nearest DMV Regional Office is located in Palmetto and can be reached for an appointment at (941) 723-4551.

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