About Texas Driver’s License Renewal
Texas drivers must renew their licenses every six years, and those caught driving with an expired license may face expensive penalties. Fortunately, Texas offers drivers the flexibility to renew their licenses starting two years before the expiration date and ending two years after the license expires. Drivers have the option to renew their license online, by mail, by phone or in person depending on their circumstances.
Did you know? Texas drivers 79 years of age and older must renew their licenses in person. Additionally, they must pass an evaluation administered by a driver license office representative.
Benefits of Our Concierge Service
We offer application assistance through this site for an additional fee as an alternative to the official governmental site or completing the process entirely in person at the DMV. You may go to your local DMV and obtain your application and handle your services directly with the government and not receive our services or be subject to our concierge fees.
ProcureLicense.com can help you fill out and submit your application to renew your driver’s license before it expires. We make the process easy by finding the right form and completing the application for you using our online wizard. All you have to do is print out the completed form and submit it to the DMV, mail it or drop it off.
- Don’t worry about application errors.
- Our service can help you start the process today.