Repeal of Photographic Traffic Signal Enforcement Systems

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House Bill 1631, which prohibits the use of photographic traffic signal enforcement systems in Texas, was approved by the 86th Texas Legislature. The bill was effective as of June 2, 2019, when it was signed into law by the governor.

As a result, scofflaw remarks that have been identified as “red light camera” related have been removed from motor vehicle records.

Please be aware that you may continue to see a red light camera remark since registration renewal notices are printed approximately three months in advance. However, this is a reminder not to deny registration or renewal based solely on a red light camera remark.

Thank you,

Jeremiah Kuntz, Director
Vehicle Titles and Registration Division
Texas Department of Motor Vehicles

If you have any questions concerning this communication, please contact your local TxDMV Regional Service Center.


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Repeal of Photographic Traffic Signal Enforcement Systems

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