In an effort to save taxpayer dollars spent on postage, paper, and toner, the Town Clerk’s office is trying something new; starting with August 2023 registrations, we will be emailing motor vehicle renewal letters to individuals for whom we have an email address on file in the DMV system. We will continue to mail renewal letters by USPS to anyone who does not have an email address on file with us or anyone who has asked to continue receiving their letters by mail. Please reach out to the Town Clerk’s office if you would like to see whether you’re set up to receive renewal notices by email or USPS or if you would like it to be changed. TownClerk@MoultonboroughNH.gov or (603) 476-2347.
If you are set up for emailed renewal letters, you should receive an email from ENotices@eb2gov.com by the beginning of your birth month (or the month that your vehicles are due). Please check your spam folder if you have not seen your e-notice by that time. You can then choose to renew online, print that email and mail it with payment and a self-addressed/stamped return envelope, or bring it into our office to renew in person/by drop box just like you did with your mailed letter.
Due to the Federal Driver Privacy Protection Act, if someone other than the owner is renewing a vehicle in-person in our office, they will need to provide either the prior registration or the renewal letter (which could be the printed email). We also need to see a valid government-issued photo ID for all in-person motor vehicle transactions.
We are testing out this new process to see how it works and are open to feedback as we work out the kinks. Thank you!