A pandemic-induced waiver allowing Texan drivers to drive with expired driver’s licenses and registration will expire on Wednesday April 14th.
Governor Greg Abbott issued a waiver last year. However, with Texas opening, Wednesday is the last day to make sure your license and registration are up to date.
According to DPS Texas offices, there are three ways to renew your vehicle registration.
- Online: Visit txdmv.gov or texas.gov. This is the fastest and cheapest way to renew. You can save $ 1 when you renew online. Online renewal is available up to nine months after your registration expires.
- Email: Submit the bottom of your registration renewal form, payment, and other required information to your tax officer.
- In person: visit your tax officer’s office. In many countries, personal renewals are also possible at other locations, for example in certain grocery stores. Contact your tax office to check opening times and locations.
You can renew your DL by clicking here.
If you’d like to track the status of your registration sticker, visit: Age, where is my sticker?
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Written by RA News staff.