To be issued a non-commercial drivers license (DL) or identification card (ID) in the State of Texas, you must bring the following documentation to your local drivers license office (TX DPS). Here is the link to a nifty check list provided by the TX DPS. Print out this resourceful list to make sure you are ready and prepared to get your drivers license.

You may download this checklist for information from the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Need to contact the Texas Deparment Of Public Safety?
Call 512-424-2000 (Austin Headquarters)
or    512-424-2600 (Driver License Customer Service)

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Texas Driver License (DL) Document Requirements Brochure – When applying for your first Texas driver license (DL) or identification card (ID), you must provide documents to prove you have lived in Texas for at least 30 days. If you are surrendering a valid, unexpired driver license from another state, you must still prove your Texas residency, but the 30-day requirement is waived. Simply provide two of the following documents that contain the same name and Texas residential/physical address. You must provide two proofs of Identification and Social Security Number (SSN).

 

You may download this brochure for information from the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Need to contact the Texas Deparment Of Public Safety?
Call 512-424-2000 (Austin Headquarters)
or    512-424-2600 (Driver License Customer Service)

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This information from the Texas Department Publis Safety is provided as a courtesy by Drivers Education of America and are a private drivers education school and not a goverment agency.

The Department issues driver licenses valid for up to six years to Texas residents. The Texas Driver’s Handbook is available online to help you qualify for a Texas driver license. You will need to provide proof of the following to apply for a driver license:

  • U.S. Citizenship or, if you are not a U.S. Citizen, evidence of lawful presence
  • Texas Residency
  • Identity, and
  • Social Security Number
  • Ages 18-24: Must provide an ADE-1317 Certificate of Completion for a 6 Hour Adult Drivers Education Course.
  • Ages 18-24: Must provide an ADE-1317 Certificate of Completion to skip the Knowledge/Written Test.

Once you have gathered the necessary documents and completed the required courses, you will need to do the following:

  • Complete the driver license application before arriving at your local office. (This form is also available at all driver license offices.)
  • Visit your local driver license office. You may be able to get in-line before arriving. Locate the office nearest you.
  • Provide the following documentation to the customer service representative:
  • Application for the issuance of a driver license.
  • U.S. Citizenship or, if you are not a U.S. Citizen, evidence of lawful presence
  • Texas Residency
  • Identity, and
  • Social Security Number
  • Pass Vision Exam.
  • Provide your thumbprint.
  • Have your picture taken.
  • Pay the application fee.
  • Take and pass the knowledge and driving tests. You may complete the testing requirements at the DL office or through a Third Party provider. Read about testing in other languages and driving test requirements.

Need to contact the Texas Deparment Of Public Safety?
Call 512-424-2000 (Austin Headquarters)
or 512-424-2600 (Driver License Customer Service)

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This information from the Texas Department Publis Safety is provided as a courtesy by Drivers Education of America and are a private drivers education school and not a goverment agency.

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5 Steps to Prepare Your Car for Winter

1. Put a “winter supply” box in your car.

This is the single most important thing you can do for your car and for your personal safety. Having a box full of winter supplies in your trunk can make all the difference when something goes wrong while traveling on a cold winter day.

Here’s a quick list of items you should include in that box: a flashlight, road flares, a first-aid kit, a few blankets, a change of warm clothes for the driver, a few extra pairs of gloves, a radio, a charged cellphone for 911 calls, a bag of sand (for traction), an extra ice scraper and some high-energy snacks (like nuts or jerky).

2. Check your engine coolant and antifreeze levels.

Antifreeze is the magical substance that keeps your engine from freezing during those times of the year when you feel like you are freezing.

3. Check your tire pressure and tread depth.

Good tires are the key to staying on the road and keeping safe when the weather is questionable and snow and ice are falling from the sky.

4. Use winter windshield wiper fluid. Not all windshield wiper fluid is the same.

Ordinary fluid that you use in the spring, summer and fall often becomes worse than useless in the winter, as it freezes quickly upon contact with your windshield. Winter fluid is designed for the rigors of winter weather and won’t freeze on your windshield.

5. Switch to a winter-grade oil at your next oil change.

In general, the colder the weather, the thinner you want the oil in your engine to be. The viscosity of your oil in colder weather is indicated by the first number in the oil specification, with a lower number indicating better viscosity in cold weather. For example, a 5W-30 oil is better in the winter than a 10W-30 oil.

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