Have had to do it plenty of times and it does seem to cost a pretty penny for what amounts to a pair of stickers. Wonder what the percent of mark-up must be. It's gotta happen every two years and in all honesty, I have no idea as to what the purpose or utility of having to renew vehicle registration is. If the only thing that's changed from the time I bought the car is the mileage, why does it cost me nearly $90 to document that? One can make a case as to why a car may need to be registered in the first place, for stuff like insurance purposes or a recognized way to prove ownership in case of theft. But once the car is yours, why do you need to keep reasserting that, and for that kind of money? Am I missing something here is there just a lot of idiotic circular logic going on? Does everyone need to keep paying these renewal fees to provide the DMV with $, so that way the DMV can pay for the people that handle the renewal process? Or is there really some purpose/utility to the whole thing?