1907. According to the 1992-93 Texas Almanac, a few automobiles were in use by 1900. By 1907 there were enough motorized vehicles on the roads that the first traffic laws were passed, limiting speeds to 18 mph and requiring that autos stop when meeting horse-drawn vehicles. Each vehicle had to be registered in the owner’s home county. The state began collecting license fees for cars in 1915.
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