1. | Driver's License |
  2. | Medical Resources |
  3. | Passports |
  4. | Postal Service |
  5. | Schools |
  6. | Vehicle Registration |
  7. | Vital Records |
  8. | Voter Registration |

How to renew your Texas Driver's License or Identification Card

Most driver licenses and identification cards can be renewed up to two years before and after the expiration date. You have several convenient options to renew your Texas driver license or identification card during this time, including:

  • Online
  • By Telephone
  • By Mail, or
  • In-person at your local driver license office. 
Some renewals may have additional requirements, please see if you qualify at the Texas Department of Public Safety License Renewal Portal. 

How to Change Your Driver's License Address

You must meet the following requirements to change your address on-line:

  1. Your driver license is not expired. If it is expired, you can only change your address if you also renew it at the same time.
  2. You have a Class C or CM driver license. You cannot use the online services to change your address on a Class A, Class B or commercial driver license.
  3. You are at least 18 years of age and your driver license is not a provisional or learner license.
  4. You are younger than 79 years of age.
  5. Your driver license is valid (not suspended or revoked).
  6. Your Social Security Number is already on file.
  7. You are a U.S. citizen.

You must have all of the following items to use the online service:

  1. Your current driver license;
  2. A printer to print your temporary driver license and payment receipt–it will not be emailed to you;
  3. A valid credit card: MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express only;
  4. The last four digits of your Social Security Number.