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No. Temporary plates are only available at a sub-station (Epping, Dover, etc.) You need to bring your New Hampshire license, and a bill of sale or a purchase and sales agreement and it must be done in person.
Generally, yes, but you must provide us with a notarized power of attorney and a copy of that individual's license to do so.
No, the State does not rebate any portion of the registration.
It is against New Hampshire law to use the plates from any other vehicle until it is registered to that car. You may purchase a temporary plate from a sub-station.
There is no grace period at all for renewing a vehicle.
It is impossible to define all the requirements or list a complete set of instructions. This is provided for your convenience only. If you have a question or concern that has not been addressed please call the office at 603-926-0406 or email the Town Clerk's office.