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Old 01-02-2016, 09:23 AM   #1
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1 sticker rule Texas help.

Ok so I bought a 2015 and my inspection isn't up till 12/16 that's what the inspection sticker says. I just got my new registration sticker I can peel the 12/16 inspection sticker off now right? Since it's now 1 sticker rule in Texas. My concerns are its a new car and has never taken to a place to be Inspected so will it work with a new car like that?

And I I assume that I could due to if I got pulled over and the cop scanned my registration sticker it would show I bought new and the inspection isn't up until 12/16

I'm kinda confused


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1 sticker rule Texas help.

In NC we have a sticker on the license plate that shows when the plate expires and in order to renew the plate you have to get it inspected (if required). My car is new enough to where it still does not needs inspection but I still have the sticker to show my plates are valid and not expired. Are you sure the sticker isnt showing when the plate expires?


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Rule Applies at Next Registration renewal

My Son in law says if you already have a registration and inspection sticker leave them. When you register next time the sticker will cover both.
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I just updated my inspection & registration. Not saying you should legally remove it but they now verify inspection thru the registration sticker via computer. Just call or stop by your local dps to make sure you're good.


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I work for a dealership and live in TX. The way the Texas two step one sticker program works is that you have to get your vehicle inspected prior to receiving your registration. When you get your vehicle inspected, which is now $25.50, you will not get a sticker but just a sheet saying that you pass. Once you have that you can get your registration with the approval number they give you. Because it's a transition year don't worry about getting it inspected until you need your registration performed. But like I said you need to have it inspected before you get your registration! Hope this helps.
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I work for a dealership and live in TX. The way the Texas two step one sticker program works is that you have to get your vehicle inspected prior to receiving your registration. When you get your vehicle inspected, which is now $25.50, you will not get a sticker but just a sheet saying that you pass. Once you have that you can get your registration with the approval number they give you. Because it's a transition year don't worry about getting it inspected until you need your registration performed. But like I said you need to have it inspected before you get your registration! Hope this helps.
Delaware was like this too. Could not register without inspection first which makes sense. Made buying a used car out of state a PITA tho.
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I work for a dealership and live in TX. The way the Texas two step one sticker program works is that you have to get your vehicle inspected prior to receiving your registration. When you get your vehicle inspected, which is now $25.50, you will not get a sticker but just a sheet saying that you pass. Once you have that you can get your registration with the approval number they give you. Because it's a transition year don't worry about getting it inspected until you need your registration performed. But like I said you need to have it inspected before you get your registration! Hope this helps.

You're correct sir. I'd like to mention I got my inspection done about 2 weeks ago and it cost me only $7😎


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If you are in an area that does not require an emissions test then yes it is less expensive. However, you may have to have your vehicle registered in that county. For example I'm registered in Houston so I have to get an emissions test. Could be incorrect but I think that's how it works.
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