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AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The inspection sticker on the windshields of Texans’ vehicles will be eliminated this March.

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Drivers will still be required to have their cars inspected, but now the inspection will serve as a requirement to renew a vehicle’s registration. The initiative, reportedly being called “Two Steps, One Sticker,” aims to improve safety, increase compliance and reduce fraud.

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Since inspection and registration cycles do not necessarily match up for every vehicle, Texas officials will offer a schedule to help the two synch up. Texas hopes to smooth out any problems that may arise within the first year of implementation.

All rules and fees, for registering a vehicle and passing inspection, will reportedly stay the same.

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