Welcome to the Lone Star State!

If you have just moved to Texas, Roadway Lube Plus, LLC, would like to help you with the process of getting your vehicle inspected and registered with the State of Texas. Texas law requires that you register your vehicle within thirty (30) days. The following is a list of steps required to accomplish both. If you have any questions about your auto inspection, please feel free to contact us.

Here are the steps to becoming a Registered Texan:

1. Vehicle Inspection and Insurance.

Make sure your have your current proof of insurance card. Texas requires that you have insurance coverage for a minimum of $30,000 per injured person, up to a total of $60,000 for everyone injured in an accident, and $25,000 for property damage.

Simply bring your vehicle in to Roadway Lube Plus, which is a certified Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) inspection station.

Effective March 1, 2015, the state's portion of the inspection fee will be due at the time of registration.

2. Registration

Next, it's time to get your vehicle registration sticker and license plates. To do this, you must visit your local county tax-assessor collector office. You will need your insurance card, proof of vehicle inspection (the Vehicle Inspection Report from the inspection station), and proof you own the vehicle, such as the registration or title from your previous state. You can also show a current foreign/military ownership document or foreign evidence of ownership. Please note that if your insurance policy was issued in another state, you will need to bring your policy in its entirety so that insurance coverage minimums may be verified.

Welcome to Texas Y'all!

Service Alert!

Duramax 2.8 Service Alert!

It has come to our attention that there is an issue obtaining the manufacturer required oil for this engine. According to the manufacturer this engine requires Dexos2 0w-20 engine oil. However, currently that specified oil appears to only be available from the manufacturer. Even dealers do not have it. General Motors has not licensed any oil manufacturer to produce the Dexox2 0w-20 oil as of the writing of this alert. To keep an eye on any licensed manufactures of the oil you can go here to find out.

If you have a vehicle that the oil cap on the engine specifies Dexos2 0w-20, please swing by the shop and let us take a picture of it, get you vehicle information (year, make and model) and send it in to our association so they can track this issue better. Or you can take the picture and email the picture and information to us

We will update this article if we receive any additional information.

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