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Texas DMV Announces Single Sticker Program


 Starting in march of 2015, Texas drivers won't be required to have separate vehicle registration and inspection stickers.

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles has announced they will be combining the two next spring.

The DMV says the new program will save the state about $2 million, and will be convenient for drivers.  
DMV spokesman Adam Shaivitz said: "One thing I think drivers will really appreciate is once their dates are synced up, they'll no longer have to worry about two expiration dates. A lot of vehicles have a different month for their inspection and a different month for their registration. This will sync those up so you'll have less to worry about."

The single sticker program is a joint effort by the DMV, Department of Public Safety and Texas Commission on Environmental Equality. A website will be launched later this year for drivers who have questions.