Texas’ new one-sticker law for both vehicle inspections and registrations got its first full business day on Monday… with mixed results in the eyes of some drivers.
The Supreme Court is taking on a free speech case concerning a proposed specialty license plate in Texas that would prominently feature the Confederate battle flag.
Fans of the University of Texas have a new-look way to show their school spirit while on the road.
A Texas state department says a company hired to make specialty license plates has hit its required $25 million revenue goal a few months early.
Chances are better than 50-50 that the Fort Worth firm Digital Recognition Network (DRN) at some point has taken a picture of your vehicle’s license plate. The odds increase to nearly 100-percent if you live in a major city.
After a late bidding war, the Texas A&M Aggies “12THMAN” specialty auto license plate has been awarded to a Houston resident for a record winning bid of $115,000.
Chances are, your local or state police departments have photographs of your car in their files, noting where you were driving on a particular day, even if you never did anything wrong.
The “Pink Camo” vanity design debuted Wednesday. Myplates.com says 10% of all sales through its website will go toward Carry the Load.
The Dallas City Council has authorized the purchase and installation of an automated license plate recognition system. Dallas police will use the devices to read the license plates.
Newly mounted cameras in Plano Police Department squad cars are actually scanners that automatically capture, record and research every car license plate that is passed.
It may seem like the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) is going from Technicolor back to back-and-white, but officials say they’re changing the look of the state license plate for good reason.
A Texas board has decided the state won’t issue specialty Confederate license plates.