To make an appointment at your nearest DPS location, first locate the office and their relevant contact information. Not all offices accept appointments, but when it comes down to having an appointment or having to wait in line, it's usually a good idea to find out.
Most registration issues may be resolved online or through the mail and you can save yourself a visit to the DPS. To find out more simply visit the Texas DPS Drivers License Online Services or the DPS website. The following transactions may be completed on the official DPS website:
- Drivers License Renewal
- Change of Address
- Vehicle Registration
- Driver Record Request
If you choose not to make an appointment, these tips can also help you avoid long lines:
- Don't arrive on Mondays and Fridays, as these days are usually the busiest.
- Don't arrive on the day after public holidays.
- Don't arrive at the beginning of the month.
Note: This article was accurate when it was published. Please confirm all details directly with the TX DPS. You can visit the TX DPS website or call 1-512- 424-2600 for the drivers license customer service.
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