Your vehicle registration can be renewed using any of the following methods:
Your vehicle registration may be renewed 90 days before the expiration date, or up to six months after the expiration date, if you have not received a citation for expired registration by going to www.texas.gov with a credit card for a $3 processing fee. You may also update the address where your registration renewal is mailed by following the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Change of Address Procedures.
Williamson County residents may go into their local Williamson County tax offices which include Georgetown, Taylor, Round Rock or Cedar Park. Please bring the renewal notice and current proof of insurance that meets the Texas requirements. In person transactions require government issued photo identification of the titled owner.
* If the title owner is unable to come into the office and would like to send someone on their behalf, please contact your local tax office for requirements at 512-943-1602.
Additional Registration Renewal Locations:
Current month unexpired vehicle registration renewals can be renewed at AAA located at 13376 N Hwy 183 #108, Austin or AAA at 201 University Blvd., Round Rock, and at all Williamson County HEB Business Center, currently excluding Taylor. Coming soon to the Taylor HEB. Current registration renewal notice and proof of Texas liability insurance required. Above locations cannot issue license plates.
If you are a Texas Military resident serving out of state, you may renew your registration online or designate a representative to register the vehicle for you by providing them a signed Power of Attorney form with original signature (faxed, scanned or emailed copies are not acceptable and must be signed in ink), a copy of your current Texas Liability insurance (if you have out of state insurance please provide proof that it meets the Texas requirements), and a copy of your driver's license. Your representative can renew your registration in person at a Williamson County Tax office location or by mail.
Non-residents serving in Texas are not required to register their vehicles in Texas.
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