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The DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) is a state-level government agency that administers vehicle registration and is overseen by the local Assessor. Drivers Licenses and Identification Cards are issued by the local Sheriff. Some Idaho counties have combined the two offices to provide a full service. The Jerome Sheriff and Assessor have opted to maintain separate offices.
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All owners of registered vehicles.
The DMV receives data from licensed Idaho insurance companies identifying vehicles that have coverage.
Yes. When registrations are identified as having no valid insurance for two consecutive months, ITD is required to notify the vehicle owner(s). Owners will have 30 days to provide proof of insurance or provide an exception to ITD, or the registration will be suspended.
You will have to provide proof of insurance and pay a reinstatement fee of $75. Payment can be made by phone, mail, or email.