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Local News

DPS urges Texans to schedule appts. for annual renewals

todayDecember 18, 2020

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By: Michelle Layton

If your driver’s license or state ID card is expired, the Texas Dept. of Public Safety wants you to make an appointment to get them renewed as soon as you can.

The temporary waiver on expiration dates due to the COVID-19 pandemic granted by Gov. Abbott ends April 14, so anyone with an expired driver’s license, commercial driver’s license, commercial learner’s permit, state ID card or election ID certificate, won’t be protected after that date.

DPS launched a new online appointment scheduling tool in May, when offices reopened, and it is designed to cut down on long waits in line. People can schedule a specific date and time up to six months in advance.

You can check your eligibility for online renewals at the DPS website.


Written by: Mikaela

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