2，去最近的DMV（Department of Motor Vehicles）,
New Texas Residents
If you’ve moved to Texas from out of state, you’ll need to:
- Apply for a driver’s license within 90 days.
- Register your vehicle within 30 days.
New to Texas?
You have 30 days to register your vehicle after establishing residency. Before visiting your local County Tax Office, make sure that:
- You have proof of auto insurance.
- You get a vehicle safety inspection. Be prepared to show proof of car insurance when arriving at the inspection station.
Now you’re ready to register your car. Arrive at your local County Tax Office with:
- Proof of car insurance.
- Proof of your vehicle passing a safety inspection.
- Proof that you own the vehicle (registration or title from previous state).
- A completed Application for Texas Certificate of Title (Form 130-U). Even if you are not titling the vehicle, use this application for registering.
- A completed Application for Registration Purposes Only (Form VTR-272) if there’s a lien on your vehicle.
- Payment of registration fees. You may, depending on your situation, be required to pay additional titling or sales tax fees.
NOTE: Some counties in Texas also may require an emissions test. Visit our Smog & Emissions Checks page for full details.