The Chronicle said that 321,927 renewal notices for April went out with errors. Of that number, 83,541 were sent to the eight-county area surrounding Houston. Nearly 57,000 of those were in Harris County alone. In addition to the billing errors, officials ran into problems with the status of some could not be verified electronically.
Because of the billing errors, some inspection stations continued to charge motorists the state’s portion of the inspection fee which the motorist had to then pay again when they arrived at the Tax Assessor-Collector’s office.
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