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I assumed that like me, most people immediately throw away the receipt for their vehicle registration as soon as they get the windshield sticker. Is this not true? If you had to get a "registration card" which I've never heard of in texas, can you do it online? Is the "registration receipt" sufficient? Is a photo of the sticker on my windshield sufficient?

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Because cops don't ask for registration in Texas (in my experience at least). The sticker IS my proof of payment...
 

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No, your receipt is your proof of payment. Stickers get stolen, and when they do you better have proof of payment if you want/need another.
 

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I had to request a copy of mine a couple of years ago because I needed it for my homestead exemption and couldn't find the paperwork. I think it cost me $10 to get and took about 2 weeks.
 

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If the ownership of the Vehicle ever comes into question then the prof of registration is a huge and I mean HUGE need. Get pulled over matching a stolen car's description with only partial plates you will hope to have some sort of prof the car is yours. Decals will generally not be enough in this case.
 

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I believe the document states it does not need to be kept in your vehicle unless it is a commercial vehicle. Not sure the exact wording off hand.
Yes but at the same time Jwallis stated ppl throw it away. Me I don't I keep it. I can show ownership via insurance and tags and other documents. For a court case if one should ever arise I can show registration papers. Why throw away prof of ownership?
 
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