GARLAND – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) opened a driver license office in Flower Mound at the Denton County Southwest Courthouse (located at 6200 Canyon Falls Dr.) on Tuesday, Sept. 4.
DPS has been provided office space by Denton County and will provide limited driver license services at the new location. The office hours will be Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The office will process original driver license/ID transactions, and renewals and duplicates that cannot be processed online, by phone or by mail. (No drive tests will be conducted.) The office will be staffed by one full-time customer service representative and one part-time employee.
The majority of customers who come into Texas driver license offices don’t have to. These customers can actually conduct their transaction online (Texas.gov), by phone or by mail. Prior to coming to the office, call 1-866-DL-RENEW (1-866-357-3639) or check online to determine if your transaction — whether the renewal of a Texas DL or identification (ID) card or an address change — can actually be handled online, by phone or by mail. By doing so, eligible customers can skip the trip to a DL office and, in turn, decrease transaction times for customers required to go into an office. The eligibility requirements for phone renewal and online renewal are the same. The fee is the same for online, in-person and telephone renewals.
View additional information about driver license office locations.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: Customers may renew their Texas driver license/ID card up to two years prior to their current card’s expiration date, which allows them to choose a convenient time that fits their schedule if an office visit is required. The original expiration date will remain the same, even if you renew early.
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