From that brand new railroad trestle.
The TX DMV is going to stop using paper titles sometime next year.
They'll ALL be recorded on computers...somewhere.
The Texas Department of Motor
Vehicles has begun the process of replacing paper titles with
‘e-Titles,’ which will help motor vehicle owners keep track of their
titles and make it harder for crooks to counterfeit titles.
The e-Title system is expected to launch by fall of next year.
Ok, so how will this work when the inevitable h4x9r decides to play inside the DMV computers?
What about the entire system crashing?
“As we built out our new automation
system, we will be able to sue your Texas Department of Public Safety
driver license number as your unique identifier to make sure we find all
the vehicles in the DMV motor vehicle database that are under your
name,” said Randy Elliston, who heads Titles and Registration at the
Can I print my own title?
What about buying a used car? How do I know their title is good?