Orange County Tax Collector

Skip the Line: New auto tag service opens in Apopka

Now you don’t have to stand in line to get auto tags or other motor vehicle title and registration services if you live in Apopka. Scott Randolph, Orange County’s tax collector, is working in conjunction with autotagagency.netthe leading provider of private tag services in Florida, to offer title and registration services at their newest location. The new, First Apopka Tag Agency is open in the Apopka Land Shopping Center at 759 S Orange Blossom Trail, offering extended hours and online appointments.

Office hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. While walk-ins are welcome, you can also schedule an appointment online or by phone to be guaranteed quick service. This will be AutoTagAgency.Net’s first consumer office in Orange County. It already operates an office just for auto dealers in Orlando. (Note: First Apopka is open Saturday, December 31, 2022. The office will be closed Monday, January 2, 2023, in observance of New Year’s Day.)

“Our customer-focused approach has proven valuable across Florida for walk-in and dealership customers alike and we’re excited about our newest location in Orange County. We look forward to offering Walk-In service in addition to appointments and Saturday hours to provide customers with scheduling flexibility and time saving options for their tag and titling needs”, said Joe Palumbo, CEO First Apopka Tag Agency.

“With walk-in, after hours and Saturday availability, First Apopka Tag Agency will provide additional options to Orange County residents who need tag and title services,” said Randolph, Orange County Tax Collector, whose office will provide oversight of the privately-run tag agency. “We look forward to working with them to provide the type of customer service experience Orange County residents have come to expect.”

Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson added his praise for the new office. “First Apopka Tag Agency has a convenient location for all your tag and title services for any Apopka and Northwest Orange residents.”

Read the story in the Apopka Chief.