What if I did not receive a TX registration renewal notice? Texas

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Don’t worry. You can still complete your registration renewal as long as you provide any of the following to your county tax office:
  • The vehicle identification number (VIN).
  • Your license receipt from the previous year.
  • Your license plate number.

Registration Renewal Notices Provide Important Information

On the other hand, because vehicle registration renewal notices give you important details about register car information, like your registration fee, whether you can renew online, and whether your emissions or smog check is up to date, you might want to request another registration renewal notice.

For example, a Texas DMV registration renewal notice marked “Vehicle Record Messages” lets an owner know there’s an issue with his vehicle and the state’s smog or emissions standards. The owner might need to make repairs and/or have the vehicle undergo more emissions testing at an inspection station. Without such a notice, it could take much longer for the owner to find out and take action.

The TX DMV can mail you another notice as long as there’s enough time left before your car registration expires. Just call customer service at (512) 465-7611 or contact your county tax office.

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