Waiver on expired licenses ends in April, state urges Texans to renew as soon as possible
AUSTIN — The Department of Public Safety announced on Tuesday that the state’s waiver on expired licenses will end in April and urged Texans to schedule an appointment to renew their identification documents as soon as possible.
The Department of Motor Vehicles also announced that the waiver on title and registration requirements would end on the same day, April 14, at 11:59 pm.
The selected offices include: Denton, Carrollton, Dallas South, the Fort Worth Mega Center and southern branch, the Garland Mega Center and regional office, Grand Prairie, McKinney, Plano and Rockwall. Officials said the locations were chosen based on volume of customer transactions.
D-FW offices open for those appointments include: Carrollton Mega Center, Dallas Southwest, Fort Worth Mega Center and Fort Worth South, Garland and Garland North, Grand Prairie, McKinney, Plano, Rockwall and Waxahachie.
DMV officials said there are three ways for Texans to renew their registrations, the easiest being online at http://www.TexasDMV.gov or http://www.Texas.gov. People can renew through the mail and in-person at county tax offices.
You must have a passing vehicle inspection before renewing your car or truck registration.