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How do I check my Texas state inspection?

How do I check my Texas state inspection?

To find your nearest inspection station, please visit the Texas Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) website. Step 2: After your vehicle passes inspection, renew your registration online, by mail or in person, and your inspection status will be verified electronically.

How do I get a copy of my vehicle inspection report Texas?

Copies of lost vehicle inspection reports can be reprinted directly from the VIC unit. Customer can reprint one from the website

How long is a Vehicle Inspection good for in Texas?

90 days
The vehicle must be inspected within 90 days of the registration expiration date, or 180 days for a used vehicle sold by a dealer. The bill requires DMV or the county tax assessor-collector to collect the state portion of the inspection fee at the time of registration and registration renewal.

How do I renew my inspection sticker in Texas?

Texans have several options available to renew their registration.

  1. Step 1: Obtain a Texas vehicle inspection at any state inspection station within the owner’s/renewal recipient’s county of residence, no earlier than 90 days prior to the registration expiration.
  2. Step 2: Renew the vehicle registration one of three ways:

How do I check my vehicle registration status in Texas?

You can check the status of your registration renewal through our online renewal tracking tool Dude Where’s My Sticker if you completed your renewal online. The tracker will tell you WHEN IT WAS MAILED to you, not when you should receive it.

Does Texas still require vehicle inspections?

All Texas registered vehicles are required to receive an annual inspection. All inspections include a comprehensive safety inspection; however, some vehicles are required to have an emissions test in addition to the safety inspection.

Can I get my vehicle inspected anywhere in Texas?

Although a Texas vehicle inspection is not a requirement to purchase a permit, it is required to operate the vehicle on public roads. The only exception is for vehicles with a one-trip permit. A Texas inspection can be obtained at any state inspection station within your county of residence.

How long can you drive with expired tags in Texas?

Can I legally drive my vehicle after the registration expires? Yes, for a limited time. A vehicle may be operated up to five working days after the registration expires without penalty. After those five days, you can receive a citation of up to $200.