Welcome to TexasDriversLicenses.org
We've created this site as a one-stop resource for all your drivers license needs in Texas. Whether you need to renew or replace a license, get a commercial drivers license or motorcycle license, and more, we've collected the information to save you time. Our site provides you with step-by-step instructions, money-saving tips and links like this Easy Guide™ to make the process painless. Select from the options below to get started.
In order to legally drive in Texas, you must possess a valid drivers license. Texas provides several ways for getting a license. Read more
Changing Your Address on Your Texas Driver's License
Have you recently moved to Texas or to a new residence in Texas? The DMV must be notified. Read more
Replacing Your Texas Driver's License
If you need to replace a lost or stolen Driver's license or ID card, you will need to do so online or in person at a nearby drivers license office. Read more
Getting a New Texas Driver's License
If you are a first-time drivers license applicant, the state of Texas requires that you meet certain criteria in order to get a drivers license. Read more
Getting Your Texas Learner's Permit
Learners permits allow Texas residents to get practical experience and practice driving before obtaining a drivers license. Read more
Texas Driver's Ed
If you are 15 years of age or older and want to start earning your license, you'll need to complete an approved Texas Driver's education program. Read more
Changing Your Name on Your Texas Driver's License
If you were recently married, divorced, or otherwise changed your legal name, you will need to update this information on your drivers license or state ID card. Read more
Many drivers' license services may be processed online. Check out the Driver License Easy Guide™ to assist you with driver license services that may be handled online. If you have received a notification from the Texas DMV, check your notification to see if you are able to submit your requests online.If it is necessary for you to visit an office read these 10 helpful tips:
1. Find the closest drivers license office.
2. Confirm the office hours.
3. Appointments are available at all offices for faster service.
4. Avoid Mondays and Fridays, the best day to visit the office is mid-week.
5. Avoid the hours between 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. as they tend to be busy due to the lunch break.
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 service.
9. Print and fill out your forms prior to visiting your DMV.
10. If you have any questions, concerns, or special circumstances contact your nearby Driver's license office prior to heading over.