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2016 San Antonio Auto Show
On November 10th – 13th, 2016, the San Antonio Automobile Dealers Association (SAADA) will present the 47th Annual Auto & Truck Show at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. Information about the 2016 San Antonio Auto Show can be found at this website.
Bexar County Tax Office
As a Texas Resident, state law requires you to register and title your vehicle. Auto tags can be renewed at any Tax Office location or, if you have the renewal notice from the State, you may renew your registration for vehicles only (not trailers or motorcycles) at any HEB store in Bexar County. The grocery store registration is available daytime, evenings, and weekends for the convenience of taxpayers of Bexar County and costs $1.00 additional. Please be sure to have current proof of insurance with you at the time of renewal registration.
Texas Department Of Transportation
The main web site for TXDOT that has transportation help and information for the State of Texas. Browse this main page for TXDOT links to topics of interest, vehicle registration, driver’s license, permits, manuals, forms, schedules, laws, regulations and even traffic camera images.
Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, County Tax Offices
County tax offices provide most vehicle title and registration services, including: registration renewals (license plates and registration stickers), vehicle title transfers, change of address on motor vehicle records, disabled parking permits, copies of registration receipts, and temporary registration. Many counties allow you to renew your vehicle registration and change your address online. Use the dropdown menu to find your county tax office.
Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, Lemon Law
If you are having repeated problems getting your new vehicle repaired, and it was purchased or leased from a licensed Texas dealer or lease company, the Texas Lemon Law may be able to help you get it repurchased, replaced or repaired. Your used vehicle may be covered under the Lemon Law. If your used vehicle is still covered by the manufacturer’s original warranty (not an extended service contract), or if the problem started while under warranty and it continues to exist, repair assistance of the warranty-related problem may be available to you.