Two Steps, One Sticker leads to confusion

by George Garza

Public Safety Beaumont District Office has been flooded with telephone calls since Monday when the State’s new “Two Steps, One Sticker” vehicle inspection sticker transition program went into effect. DPS Safety Education Trooper Stephanie Davis said that motorists whose state vehicle inspections are due in March of this year are going to state inspection stations to find that the inspector does not affix a new state inspection sticker on their windshields. Instead the inspector hands the motorist a piece of paper, the Vehicle Inspection Report, and tells the motorist to keep it some place safe, preferably in their vehicle.

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