New Mexico MVD registration services

Visit your local AAA branch for select New Mexico MVD services

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AAA can help with select MVD services

Save time by taking care of several kinds of MVD transactions at a AAA New Mexico branch.1 You don't need to make an appointment, and you’ll save up to 90% off administrative fees versus private MVD providers.


Need a license to hunt or fish? You can also purchase New Mexico hunting and fishing licenses at AAA branches.

AAA New Mexico branches offer the following MVD services:


Vehicle registration renewal


Duplicate vehicle registration & sticker


In-state title transfers

(private party on New Mexico titles)


New Mexico title & registration

(for vehicles with out-of-state titles)

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Hunting & fishing licenses are available at AAA New Mexico branches

Enjoy nature, wildlife, and fresh air by purchasing a hunting and fishing license2 at a AAA branch. There’s no need to make an appointment, and Saturday hours are available for your convenience. Save time and visit a branch to learn more about the variety of license types available to you.

What is REAL ID?

The REAL ID Act of 2005 established new standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards. Starting May 3, 2023, travelers 18 and older need a REAL ID card or other federally approved document such as a valid U.S. passport, passport card, or military ID to board domestic flights or enter military bases and most federal facilities.

A REAL ID is not required to continue driving, but can only be issued by your state's department of motor vehicles (or equivalent).

Other helpful online resources

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MVD forms

Search for and download MVD forms.

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Driver history record

Access individual driver history records.

1There is a $2 administrative fee for each MVD transaction, in addition to MVD fees. The administrative fee is subject to change without notice. Vehicles must be registered to, or transferring to, the AAA member’s name. Other restrictions may apply.

2Visit a branch for a variety of license types. All licenses are issued by New Mexico Department of Game & Fish. Special requirements for hunting & furbearer License include a hunter education or mentor youth number for people 17 years and younger. By applying for or purchasing a license, you acknowledge that you are subject to all New Mexico Department of Game and Fish laws, as set forth in Chapter 17 NMSA 1978 (New Mexico Statutes Annotated), Title 19 NMAC (New Mexico Administrative Code), and the New Mexico Game and Fish Rules and Information booklets, available online at To conserve, regulate, propagate and protect the wildlife and fish within the state of New Mexico using a flexible management system that ensures sustainable use for public food supply, recreation and safety; and to provide for off-highway motor vehicle recreation that recognizes cultural, historic, and resource values while ensuring public safety. For questions, NM Game & Fish office Information Center Staff is available at 1-888-248-6866 (Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) to assist you with your licensing needs. © 2021 AAA New Mexico, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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