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If your vehicle registration expires this month, you have one less thing to worry about this month.

 

Due to the state of emergency, Governor Greg Abbott issued a waiver from the requirement to renew registration on March 16, 2020. Renewing your registration is not required while this waiver is in effect.

 

The waiver was issued to avoid having large crowds in the county tax assessor collector offices. You may choose to take no action during the waiver period. If you take no action, when the state of emergency has passed the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles will make an announcement when the waiver is no longer in effect, and you will have 60 days to have your vehicle inspected and complete the registration process.

 

Be advised, if you have already obtained a passing vehicle inspection, you may renew your registration online at https://renew.txdmv.gov/.

 

For more information, visit the Facebook page for Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.

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