Renew a Device Registration
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Device registration is valid for two years from issuance. You must renew your registration before it expires.
A current certificate of registration must be visibly displayed in an area that is accessible to the public.
Application and Fee
TDLR will send renewal notifications by mail approximately 60 days prior to your license's expiration date. It is your responsibility to renew your license before it expires. Be mindful of your expiration date, and contact TDLR if you have not received a renewal notification.
You must mail in your renewal and only checks will be accepted. You cannot renew your devices or pay your renewal fees online at this time.
The renewal fees are listed below:
|Fuel Pump (multiple products per nozzle)||$93|
|Fuel Pump - Gasoline (single product per nozzle)||$31|
|Fuel Pump – Diesel or other non-gasoline product (one product per nozzle)||$31|
|Fuel Pump – E85 – Fuel Ethanol (one product per nozzle)||$31|
|Bulk Meter (rated flow 20 GPM – 100 GPM)||$127|
|Bulk Meter (rated flow > 100 GPM) **||$450|
|Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) Meter||$130|
** Devices with a rated flow of > 250 GPM are not subject to registration or regulation by TDLR.
Device registrations are valid for two years from issuance.
Device Performance Review
A device performance review must be completed on each registered device at least once every two years.
For more detailed information, please see the device performance review page.
Consumer Information Stickers
A consumer information sticker must be placed on each motor fuel dispenser. Stickers are $1/each and may be ordered online.
If any part of the information on the sticker is no longer fully legible and in plain sight of the consumer, it must be replaced within 30 days by the owner or operator.
TDLR stickers must be placed on all dispensers by Dec. 1, 2020.
Changes to Business Information
A change in the name or contact information for an owner or operator must be submitted to TDLR within 30 days.
Device registrations cannot be transferred. A new owner or operator must submit a completed registration application under this section.
A change in the owner or operator’s federal employer identification number or social security number (for sole proprietors) constitutes a change of business identity and requires a new registration application to be submitted.