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Vehicle Registration

New Regulations have begun as of May 1, 2019 and virtual permits are here! Parking and Transportation has implemented new regulations and students will no longer be issued parking decals and hang tags for faculty/staff. Your license plate will become your parking permit, therefore backing into or pulling thru spaces is no longer allowed. You must make your license plate visible at all times.

How to Register a Vehicle

1. Use your UNG username and password to login to the Parking Services Web Portal .
  • Student Example:
    Login:  jtdoe1234  (first letter of first name, first letter of middle name, first four letters of last name, last four of your student ID number).  
    Current Password or Initial Password if not changed yet:  Last four digits of SSN plus two digit day of your birthday.  Enter a 0 (zero) as the first digit of your day of birth if you were born on a day between the 1st and the 9th.  Enter four 0’s (zeros) if you did not provide your SSN to the University.
    Faculty/Staff Example:  Use your username and password that you use for your computer login.

2. After a successful login, read the Terms of Use and click “I Agree” then you’ll arrive at the home screen.

3. Select Permits type and click “Next”

4. Click “Add a Vehicle”.

5. Enter correct vehicle information (Plate, State, Year, Make, Model and Color) and click “Add Vehicle”.

6. If adding multiple vehicles, be sure to follow the “Add a Vehicle” step for each, and click “Next” then click “Add Permit to Cart”.

7. Verify correct email address is shown and click “Complete Checkout.

8. For additional help or questions, call Parking Services at:

  • Dahlonega & Cumming campuses 706-864-1697
  • Gainesville campus 678-717-3914
  • Oconee campus 706-310-6270

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