Texas DMV Waiving Vehicle Registrations Due To Pandemic
Its the start of a new month and if you're driving around with a "04/20" on your now expired registration sticker, don't panic, you have some time to get it squared away.
If you recall, back in March, Governor Greg Abbott issued a proclamation as part of his COVID-19 state of disaster executive order, granting a temporary extension to obtain initial registration, renewal of registration, vehicle titling, and renewal of a permanent disabled parking placard according to KIII-TV.
The Governor's order also granted a temporary extension for an individual with an expired 30-day temporary permit to obtain another permit or Texas registration.
The temporary waiver applies to vehicle owners in all Texas counties and it will remain in effect until 60 days after The Texas DMV notifies the public that normal vehicle registration, vehicle titling and related services have resumed according to the DMV'S website.
Because the state's DMV offices were not included in the Phase 1 reopening, you may continue to renew your registration online at www.TxDMV.gov as the DMV continues to fill online registration sticker requests and process all other online services.