The Blanco County Tax Assessor/Collector is reminding Blanco County citizens of the importance of complying with the the law in regards to making sure your vehicle is registered, and that the registration is current and correct. It is very important to make sure that you register your vehicle in order to prevent from incurring legal fees and fines.
The Blanco County Tax Assessor issued these guidelines:
Register your Vehicle – Texas residents who own a motor vehicle are legally required to annually renew their vehicle registration. Vehicles may be registered three ways: online (for residents in participating counties only), mail, or in person.
Online Internet Registration Renewal – It’s fast and easy to renew online. Just make sure you have your insurance card and credit card in front of you.
By Mail – Registration renewal notices are mailed to all registered vehicle owners. To register by mail, send the following to your county tax office: renewal notice (keep the vehicle owner’s section for your records), proof of current liability insurance, and registration fee plus $1 mail-in fee.
In Person – To register your vehicle in person, take your registration renewal notice and proof of current liability insurance to your county tax office. The registration fee is due at this time. For payment, Blanco County accepts cash, check, money order or cashier’s check.
If you did not receive your renewal notice, you can renew you registration using your vehicle license plate number, vehicle identification number, or registration receipt from the previous year.
Change of Address – Vehicle registration renewal notices are mailed to the address on your motor vehicle record. If you need to change your address, you can do so online (for participating counties), at your county tax office, or by mailing us a completed change of address form. TxDMV Form VTR-146.
For more information and TxDMV forms, go to www.texasonline.com or www.txdmv.gov