Starting next March 2015 Texas drivers will no longer be required to display an inspection sticker on their vehicles windshield. Vehicles will still have to get a routine inspection though.
As explained to the Texas Senate, Texans will no longer need separate stickers for the windshield. A single sticker will be sufficient proof of both. Drivers will be asked to have their inspection within 90-days of when their vehicle registration expires and show proof of that inspection to complete the registration process.
Texas officials say that the state will save about $2-million with the change, primarily in oversight and sticker cost. I say, way to go Texas!