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Army Vehicle Registration Program Update

May 16, 2021

Off the U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii Facebook page

We have made several updates to our vehicle registration program, which was launched earlier this year.

Updates made include who is required to register, an additional installation, Tripler, was added to the list of exclusions, and the Vehicle Registration Office located in the Garrison Safety Office on Wheeler Army Airfield is closing effective today.

U.S. Army Hawaii Soldiers, family members and Department of the Army civilians assigned to Army organizations, AND anyone living on an Army installation in Hawaii are required to register their privately owned vehicles with the garrison.

Fort DeRussy, Pililaau Army Recreation Center and Tripler Army Medical Center are excluded from the vehicle registration requirement.

— See logic chart below for a quick summary

— Anyone assigned to a unit or office headquartered on Fort DeRussy, Pililaau Army Recreation Center or Tripler Army Medical Center does not need to register their vehicle (unless they fall into another required category, such as living on another Army installation)

— Soldiers or families who live on Tripler do not need to register their vehicles unless they are assigned to an Army unit or office headquartered on another Army installation.

Visit…/garrison-announces-updates… for more information.

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