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LICENSE PAPER PLATE

Transit temporary permit. We can help with a temporary license
plates that can be used until your official plate arrive in the mail.

Our Working Process

Steps to get your License Paper Plate

01

Vehicle Registration

Before getting a license plate, you must register your vehicle with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). To register, you will need the vehicle's title, proof of insurance, and an application for title and registration.

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02

Complete the Application

Fill out the Application for Texas Title and/or Registration (Form 130-U). You can obtain this form online from the Texas DMV website or pick up a physical copy at a local DMV office.

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03

Provide Proof of Ownership

You will need to provide proof of ownership for the vehicle. This typically includes the vehicle's title, which should be signed and transferred to your name.

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04

Vehicle Inspection

In Texas, most vehicles are required to pass an inspection before they can be registered. Locate a state-approved inspection station, and have your vehicle inspected for safety and emissions compliance.

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01

Pay Fees

Calculate the appropriate fees for your vehicle registration and license plates. The fees vary based on factors such as the vehicle type, weight, and county of registration. You can find fee information on the Texas DMV website or by contacting your local DMV office.

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02

Submit the Application

Take the completed application, proof of ownership, proof of insurance, inspection certificate, and payment for fees to your local county tax office or DMV office. You may be able to submit these documents in person or through the mail, depending on the procedures of your specific county.

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03

Receive License Plates

Once your application is processed, you will be issued license plates for your vehicle. These plates should be affixed to the front and rear of your vehicle as per Texas regulations.

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03

Receive License Plates

Once your application is processed, you will be issued license plates for your vehicle. These plates should be affixed to the front and rear of your vehicle as per Texas regulations.

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