Texas Vehicle Registration Renewal Online Still Available with Two Steps, One Sticker Program

Texans are encouraged to renew their vehicle registration at Texas.gov

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Texas.gov and the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) are
reminding all Texans that the online option for renewing a vehicle
registration is still available. With the launch of the new Two Steps,
One Sticker program on March 1, 2015, vehicles must first pass an
inspection. When ready, Texans can head directly to Texas.gov/Driver (www.texas.gov/driver)
to complete their renewal.

The process for taking care of a vehicle registration renewal online is
very straightforward:


  1. Get your car inspected. The inspection station will provide you
    with a Vehicle Inspection Report for your records. This information is
    also sent automatically to the state’s database. (Note: From March
    1, 2015 through February 29, 2016, you may renew your registration
    without passing a new inspection if your vehicle already has a
    current, passing inspection unless your inspection and registration
    stickers expire in the same month. Visit
    www.twostepsonesticker.com
    for more details.)
  2. Go online to renew your registration. Texas.gov/Driver
    is the easiest way to access the online service. Your inspection
    information will already be in the system and you can finish the
    renewal in just a few minutes.
  3. Receive your sticker in the mail. After verifying your renewal,
    the county tax office will mail the registration sticker to you.

“We want Texans to have access to TxDMV services around the clock,” said
Executive Director Whitney Brewster. “The time-saving process of online
vehicle registration renewal allows you to take care of business when
and where it’s convenient for you.”

In partnership with TxDMV, Texas.gov processed nearly three million
online vehicle registration renewals in 2014, and all 254 counties in
Texas offer this convenient, secure service.

Consumer Alert: In order to safely take care of your government
business online, beware of unofficial, look-alike websites operated by
private organizations that may charge unnecessary fees for services or
information. Instead, make sure you are using the State’s official
website, www.texas.gov,
or an official state agency website to complete your online transaction.
To access an official website, enter the URL in the address bar at the
top of your Internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Mozilla
Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.)
instead of entering the address in a
search engine bar (e.g. Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.). Also look for
the .gov or .state.tx.us extension which will be present
in the URLs of all official Texas state government websites.

About Texas.gov

Texas.gov is the official website of the State of Texas (www.texas.gov)
and is a collaborative public/private partnership managed by the Department
of Information Resources (DIR)
. Texas.gov
helps state and local government entities web-enable their services and
operates without appropriated funds through a partnership between the
State and Texas
NICUSA, LLC
. Texas NICUSA builds, operates, maintains, and markets
Texas.gov and is part of eGovernment firm NIC’s
(NASDAQ: EGOV) family of companies. Since its launch in 2000, Texas.gov
has securely processed more than 247 million financial transactions and
collected more than $33 billion on behalf of participating entities.

About NIC

Founded in 1992, NIC (NASDAQ: EGOV) is the nation’s leading provider of official
government websites
, online services, and secure
payment processing solutions
. The company’s innovative eGovernment
services
help make government more accessible to everyone through
technology. The family of NIC companies provides eGovernment solutions
for more than 3,500 federal, state, and local agencies in the United
States. Forbes has named NIC as one of the “100 Best Small Companies in
America” six times, most recently ranked at No. 36 (2014), and the
company has been included four times on the Barron’s 400 Index.
Additional information is available at http://www.egov.com.

Contacts

Texas.gov
Jennifer Buaas, 512-463-3602
jennifer.buaas@dir.texas.gov