What To Do If Your Vehicle Registration Expires During Quarantine
When I found this post on Facebook, it was the answer to one of the burning questions I had during this time of social distancing and sheltering in place. What do you do if that Texas vehicle registration sticker in your window is expired or will expire this month? If you have been wondering the same thing, you will happy to know that the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles is here with the answer.
Due to the state of emergency, Governor Abbott issued a waiver from the requirement to renew registration. You may choose to take no action during the waiver period. If you take no action, when the state of emergency has passed you will have 60 days to have your vehicle inspected and complete the registration process. That means if the state of emergency was lifted tomorrow (it's not, but play along), then you would still have 2 months to get your vehicle taken care of.
If you have already obtained a passing vehicle inspection, you may renew your registration online at https://renew.txdmv.gov/. You can also find more questions and answers on their website.