DMV introduces eReminder
Jun 22, 2011 | 1528 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
CORPUS CHRISTI – The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) introduced two new online consumer services on Tuesday, June 7 to help Texans remember when their vehicle registration is due, and protect themselves from title fraud.

The TxDMV services, eReminder and Title Check, were unveiled during a press conference at the 77th annual Tax Assessor-Collectors Association Conference in the Omni Bayfront Hotel.

“These new services are part of the TxDMV’s commitment to provide more online customer convenience and protection,” said TxDMV Board Vice Chairwoman Cheryl Johnson, who is also the tax assessor-collector for Galveston County.

TxDMV officials announced at the press conference that Texans can now sign up for eReminder to receive an e-mail when it’s time to renew their vehicle registration, and use the online Title Check feature to find out if a used vehicle they plan to buy has a clean Texas title. Both services are accessible on the agency website,

Texans who sign up for eReminder will receive an e-mail three weeks before their vehicle registration sticker expires.
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