TxDPS - Texas Department of Public Safety
Proactively protect the citizens of Texas in an ever changing threat environment while always remaining faithful to the U.S. and State Constitution
Actived: Friday Nov 27, 2020
TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
Payment may be made online by credit card or a coupon code only. e) Print the authorization letter containing a bar code. f) Sign the authorization letter and fill in contact information. Telephone Registration: a) You may contact the fingerprinting vendor at 1-888-467-2080.
TxDPS - Vehicle Inspection News & Updates
News and Updates September 11, 2020. Recall Information Added to Vehicle Inspection Report Effective 9/11/2020. The non-emission Vehicle Inspection Report (VIR), which is provided by the inspection station at the conclusion of the vehicle inspection, has been updated to provide general recall information.
TxDPS - Third Pary Skills Testing (TPST) schools
2702 Reid Blvd. (FM518 and Manvel Rd.) (off premise test site: meet at Jack in the Box restaurant), Pearland, TX 77581: Harris: Collision Free Driver Ed: 1-800-562-6405: 6514 FM 2920 Rd. (off premise test site behind the Advance Auto Parts store), Spring, TX 77379: Harris: Collision Free Driver Ed: 1-800-562-6405
TxDPS - PSB FAQs
Active Duty Military Service Member: a person currently serving on active duty orders in the armed forces of the United States or the Texas military forces, as defined by Texas Government Code §437.001, or similar military service of another state.This does not include basic training or annual training. Military Veteran: a person who has served on active duty and who was discharged or
TxDPS - FAQs: Items of Inspection
How many license plates am I required to display? License plates are not an item of inspection however license plate lamps are. More information for the inspection criteria can be found at: Department Rules/Regulation Inspection criteria. View 4.20.1 “Details of Inspection,” and search for 20.21 “License Plate Lamp.”
TxDPS - Vehicle Inspection Program
Vehicles registered in Texas are required to pass an annual inspection to ensure compliance with safety standards. While safety inspections are required throughout the state, emissions testing is required of vehicles inspected in 17 Texas counties to comply with federally mandated clean air requirements. Vehicle inspections are performed at Official Vehicle Inspection Stations licensed by DPS.
TxDPS - Parent Taught Driver Education
Parent Taught Driver Education Moves to TDLR. Notice: Beginning September 1, 2015, both the regulation of Driver Education Schools, Driver Safety Schools, Course Providers and Instructors under Chapter 1001, Texas Education Code and the Parent Taught Driver Education (PTDE) program, were transferred to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR).
TxDPS - License ID Status
Where's my Driver License or ID card? Watch our new video Opens a new window on how to check the status of your DL or ID.. Check the status of your driver license or ID card. It usually takes two to three weeks from the date of your transaction for a driver license or identification card to be mailed to you.