TX DPS Appointment Scheduling
If you happen to have some transactions that need to be done in person at the DPS driver license office, you will need to make an appointment online in advance. Currently, the DPS office offers all services by appointment only. You can schedule an appointment online via the DPS website. Making an appointment online is quick and convenient! All driver license and ID card services can be arranged for you.
The TX DPS is continuously expanding its online services so you can complete transactions without having to set up an appointment at a physical location. You will be encouraged to check to see if you are eligible to complete the online service at https://texas.gov/ without visiting a DPS office.
HOW DO YOU SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE?
1. Visit the DPS appointment scheduling system：https://public.txdpsscheduler.com
2. Select your preferred language to continue
3. Enter your information: ID card number,Date of Birth,Last 4 digits of SSN into the input fields.
4. Then tap the"Log on" button
5. Follow the prompts to choose your preferred appointment options.
Suppose you are going to a DPS office without an appointment. In that case, you can use the self-service machines in the office to schedule an appointment, if one is available that day, or to schedule an appointment on another day or at a different location.
WHAT ONLINE SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE ON TX DPS?
Use the "Online Services" area of the TX DPS's website to check if your business can be handled online before visiting a DPS office. DPS offers these online services to make things faster and easier for you. You can get some work done online, such as:
•Renewing your driver license, CDL or ID
•Changing your address on your driver license or ID
•Required Documentation for a Texas Driver License or ID
•Replacing a lost or stolen license
•Requesting your driving record.
WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT THE TX DPS?
To make your trip to the DPS office as quick as possible, here are some suggestions for the best times to go.
•In general, afternoons are busier than mornings.
•Compared to Mondays and Fridays, mid-week typically has fewer wait times.
•Around midday, the DPS office closes for lunch, which reduces the number of workers. If possible, try to avoid visiting during lunchtime.
Have all the materials you need for your TX DPS appointment so you will save yourself a lot of trouble avoiding an extra trip to the DPS office. Please review the guidelines for each appointment type for an exact list of what you need to bring with you.