Welcome to Texas Drivers Licenses

Simplify the process of obtaining your Texas driver’s license. Our site provides you with useful and up-to-date information that you can use so you will be able to get your license fast and easy.

We make sure that you are equipped with all the needed requirements at the same time assist you on where you should go first and when is the perfect time for you to get your license.

 

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How To Renew Your Texas Drivers License

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Need to renew your Texas driver's license? We have collected helpful information to assist you with the renewal process and make it easier and more convenient.

There are four ways to renew a driver license or ID card: online, by phone, by mail or in person. Individuals must renew in person every couple of years to update their picture. read more

Changing Your Address on Your TX Drivers License

9-How-to-Change-Your-AddressJust moved? By law, Texas dictates to have your address updated on your license, vehicle registration and title certificate. You are also required to inform your insurance provider of your new address.
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How To Replace Your Texas Driver’s License

If you wish to replace your license because  it was destroyed, stolen or lost, you are requested to take action immediately to avoid getting a ticket or worst, a suspension. To help you with your concern, we provide you with useful links that will take you to several useful resources that can help you save time and get you going to the right direction. read more

Obtaining A New Texas Driver’s License

7-Get-Help-with-Tickets-and-ViolationsAre you applying for a new driver's license in Texas? For sure you are having a hard time doing it  because you opened our site to seek for help. We do understand what you feel and our good news is,  dealing with the DMV does not have to be a nightmare. read more

How To Get a Learner's Permit in Texas

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A learner's permit (or an "Instruction Permit," as it is known in Texas) is the first step toward a full driver's license.
To help you get started, we gather the steps you need to take to get a Learner's Permit to getting your Operator's License. read more

Texas Driver’s Education

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Is it your first time to drive the roads of Texas?

If yes, then there are some rules and requirements that you need to abide first before you start off your car and drive your way around the state of Texas. It is part of the Texas State Law that requires all first time drivers to take a Texas driver’s Ed course before applying for a driver’s license. read more

How To Change Name on a Driver's License in Texas

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Recently got married? Legally changed your name through the courts? Been adopted? Or finalized a divorce? Then you need to change your name on your driver's license, car title and vehicle registration.

We have collected all the necessary information you need to make the process easier, more convenient and less time consuming. read more

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Get your Online Assistance guide for only $14.70

As with many services online now, most of the information relating to your drivers license can be processed on line. We have put together a Driver License Easy Guide™ to assist you with the driver license services which can be processed online. If you have received a notification from the Texas DMV, read it over to check to see if you can process your license online.

 

10 Helpful Tips

Prior to visiting your local DMV review these 10 Helpful Drivers License Tips:

1. Find the closest TX Drivers License office.
2. Confirm the office hours.
3. Make an Appointment – Appointments are available at all offices.
4. Avoid Mondays and Fridays, the best day to visit the office is mid-week (Tues, Wed, Thurs).
5. Avoid the 11:30AM- 2:00PM hours as they tend to be busy due to lunch break visitors.
6. Avoid the first and last day of the month.
7. Avoid the day after a holiday.
8. Come prepared with all required documentation to complete your requests.
9. Print and fill out your forms prior to visiting.
10. If you have any questions, concerns, or special circumstances contact your local drivers license office prior to heading over.

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