The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) recently announced it is giving Texas drivers what they asked for: an improved registration sticker. During a press conference at the Tarrant County tax office in Arlington, the department unveiled a TxDMV vehicle registration sticker that allows drivers to see the expiration date through the back side of the sticker, much to the relief of Texans who found the sticker’s blue back distracting and those who say seeing the date from inside their car or truck helps them to remember when to renew their registration. Randy Elliston, the TxDMV’s Vehicle Titles and Registration Division director who oversees the sticker’s production, said Texans also can expect to see a new registration renewal notice. The department began mass mailing the TxDMV registration renewal notices at the beginning of September. “One of the first things you’ll notice on the back of the renewal notice is we make sure to thank you for being a Registered Texan,” he said. Revenue from vehicle registration contributes more than $1 billion each year to build and maintain Texas highways, roads and bridges. About a third of the registration fee stays in the county where the vehicle is registered and is used for local road and safety projects.  Learn more about vehicle registration at www.TxDMV.gov or www.registeredtexan.com. 

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