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Texas DPS: Appointments Only for Driver's Licenses and IDs

To provide the best possible service to Texas residents, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) has announced that it will now offer all in-office driver's licenses and identification card services by appointment. This change will be effective starting August 15th. DPS says this move will help ensure that each customer has enough time for their transaction and reduce wait times.

Customers can visit the DPS website or call the customer service number to make an appointment. When making an appointment, customers must provide their name, date of birth, driver's license number (if applicable), and contact information. Appointments can be made up to two weeks in advance, and customers are encouraged to arrive at their appointment 15 minutes early.

The Texas DPS reminds customers that many online services do not require an appointment. These include renewing your driver's license or ID card, ordering a driving record, and changing your address. For a complete list of these services, please visit the DPS website.

The Texas DPS offers various services, including renewing driver's licenses, getting copies of driving records, and taking a license's written or driving test. Please visit their website or call them for a complete list of available services. We hope this change will help make your experience with the Texas DPS better.

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Submitted by Robert James on Sun, 10/02/2022 - 08:43