How to Register My Mio

A design award-winning brand of car navigation systems, Mio's sole product is the Moov Series, a line of navigation models that offer high-definition screens, text-to-speech capability and pre-loaded maps. If you own a Mio navigation system, which includes the Moov Series or the Moov S-, R- or M-Series, you must register your product online for Mio Advantage, a members-only benefit package that offers chat-based or online tech support, product information and updates and personalised offers.

Create an online Mio Advantage account at From the home page, click on "Mio Advantage" in the top navigation bar. Click "create account" on the Mio Advantage page. Enter in your personal information, including your e-mail address and password, physical address, phone number and personal income and occupation information. Check the newsletter box if you wish to receive e-mails. Click "register" to create your online account.

Log in to your Mio Advantage account at From the home page, click on "Mio Advantage Log-in" in the uppermost navigation menu at the top of the page. Enter in your e-mail and password on the Mio Advantage page. Click "login."

Register your Mio product. Fill in all required fields, including the model number and your personal serial number. Your model number is provided directly on your unit, and your serial number is located on the unit's packaging, as well as on the back of the unit. Click the "register" button.


You do not have to be logged in to your Mio Advantage account to register your product, but logging in first will allow you to avoid entering in your personal information twice. Only members that have registered their Mio are eligible for Mio Advantage benefits.

Things You'll Need

  • Access to a computer
  • Valid e-mail address
  • Mio serial number
  • Mio model number
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Leah Waldron is the head of Traveler Services at First Abroad, a gap year travel company based in Boston and London. As a travel, research and LGBT news writer, Waldron has publication credit on magazines and newspapers including "Curve Magazine," "USA Today," "The Sun Sentinel" and the "The Houston Chronicle." Waldron has a bachelor's and master's degree in creative writing from Florida State University.