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Travis County Tax Office Information - DPS - Texas - Department of Public Safety

State:Texas - Department of Public Safety - DPS
DMV Location: Travis County Tax Office Information - TX
DMV Office Address: 5501 Airport Boulevard, Austin, TX 78714-9326
P.O. Box 149326
DMV Phone Number: 512-854-9473

Q:What are the Travis County Tax Office Austin DMV hours of operation? Which services are offered here?

A:The Travis County Tax Office is open from Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM. It offers services related to vehicle registration, titling and license plates. You can contact the office on the official number to confirm the availability of services, but you cannot make an appointment.

Q:When must I order a replacement of license plates from Austin DMV?

A:I you have lost your license plates or if you believe that they have been stolen, you must visit your local county tax office to replace those license plates. You will be required to fill out an application for replacement plates for the type of plate you want. The license plate replacement fee of $ 5.30 has to be paid as well.

Q:What information can you give me about holidays observed by Travis County Registration & Titling DMV Austin?

A:TxDOT offices may remain closed on any state or federal holiday. They also reserve the right to remain closed a day or two before or/and after the holiday. These holidays are observed: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Presidents' Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after, and the Christmas Day and the day after it.

Q:My search on DMV Austin Texas led to the mention of state requirements for license plates for buying used cars. Can you explain these in more detail?

A:According to the Texas state laws, buyers can retain the standard license plates when buying used cars. Sellers are not required to remove them. Sellers can keep the special interest or personalized license plates for a similar vehicle. They must visit the county tax office to make the required transfer as long as the plate has not served seven years. Alternatively, they can release those to the buyer as well.