Two Steps One Sticker
- Obtain more information about the “Two Steps, One Sticker” vehicle inspection and registration program
- This program is a result of the popular House Bill 2305 passed during the 83rd legislative session in the year 2013
- Stickers will now serve as both as registration and inspection making it super easy for the residence in the great state of Texas
The Two Steps One Sticker program is free to use and the vehicle must pass inspection no earlier than 90 days before the registration expires. Please note even if an inspection fails the customer will still have to pay bothersome fees. Vehicle inspection and registration renewal reminder letters will be mailed out to state residence about a month before their auto is set to expire (failure to drive without proper registration will result in a costly ticket… if caught that is).
Two Steps One Sticker Highlights/Lowlights
- This new program will help cut down on sticker fraud and theft
- Payments can be made using any major credit card
- Any questions about the program can be directed to 1-888-368-4689
- Dealer plates are not assigned to an auto and will not be verified
- With “Two Steps, One Sticker” drivers will still have the familiar blue-bordered registration sticker in the corner of the autos windshield
- In the event the VIN number is not correct please return to the inspection station and request a corrected report
- Trailers with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) more than 4,500 pounds are required to pass an annual vehicle inspection
- Motorcycles are required to obtain proper inspection and registration renewal as well
The Two Steps One Sticker program is a joint effort between the following Texas agencgies: Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (this department is charged with the task of administering the state’s vehicle registration program), The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), and the ever popular The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (these guys are responsible for all emissions testing).