Driver License Services – Appointments
The Department offers all in-office driver license (DL) and identification (ID) card services by appointment only. Please review the following information before scheduling your appointment below.
The Department encourages all eligible customers to conduct their driver license services online. For more information, please visit our webpage on Driver License Services, Extensions, Waivers, and Covid-19 Information.
To ensure the safety of all customers, as well as our driver license office personnel, you will be required to comply with the following for your appointment:
- Services are by scheduled appointment only. Walk-in appointments will be available on a limited basis at all driver license office locations.
- If you are having difficulty scheduling an appointment on a preferred day, please know all DL offices do have a limited number of same-day appointments available on a first-come, first-served basis, that fill up quickly. Customers who book these appointments at the office can then leave and return at their designated appointment time. Individuals without an appointment will receive instruction and assistance in setting an appointment for a future date and time.
- All customers visiting the driver license office are encouraged to wear a face mask or facial covering
- Social distancing must be followed (6 feet apart)
- Only customers will be allowed into the building, with the following exceptions:
- ADA accommodations
- Customers with small children
- Elderly persons
- Business needs (parental authorization, residency/address change, etc.)
- Credit cards are the preferred payment. Money orders, cashier's and personal checks will be accepted (for the correct amount)
If these requirements are not met, you may be required to reschedule your appointment at a later date.
For additional information, see the Frequently Asked Questions provided below.
Schedule a driver license appointment
1. How do I schedule an appointment at a driver license office?
To schedule an appointment, please visit our website at https://public.txdpsscheduler.com.
2. If I don’t have an appointment, will I still be able to go into a driver license office and be served?
If you arrive at a driver license office without an appointment, you will be able to use a self-service kiosk in the driver license office to schedule an appointment if one is available that day, or schedule an appointment for another day or different location.
3. When I go online to schedule an appointment, I don’t see my local office; why is that?
If your local office is not listed, there are currently no available appointments. Please select the next closest office to review eligible appointment dates.
If you are having difficulty scheduling an appointment on a preferred day, please know all DL offices do have a limited number of same-day appointments available on a first-come, first-served basis that fill up quickly. Customers who book these appointments at the office can then leave and return at their designated appointment time.
4. What kind of appointment can I schedule (i.e. obtain permit, ID card, duplicate, change address, new DL, CDL, renewals...etc?)
All driver license and identification card services are available for you to schedule. In addition to this, the appointment scheduler will also advise you if you are eligible to complete the service online at https://texas.gov/ without visiting a driver license office.
5. I am moving to Texas from another state/country. Do I have to have an established Texas driver license or identification card to schedule an appointment?
No. The appointment scheduler will ask you a series of questions to determine if you have previously established a driver license or identification card in Texas. The scheduler will allow appointments for new and existing Texas customers.
6. Can I schedule an appointment for another person?
Yes, provided you have all of the required information; however, this is not recommended.
7. What do I do if there are no appointments available at my local driver license office?
If there are no appointments available at your local driver license office, you will need to schedule your appointment at another location or you can check back at a later time to see if there is a cancellation. Walk-in appointments will be available on a limited basis at all driver license office locations.
8. What should I do if I can’t schedule an appointment before my driver license or identification card expires?
Please check to see if you are eligible to renew your driver license or identification card online at https://texas.gov/. If you are not eligible for online renewal, you will need to schedule your appointment as soon as possible at a driver license office. Texas allows customers to renew driver licenses and identification cards up to two years in advance of the expiration date.
9. What if I don’t see the service I need to schedule my appointment?
If the service you need is not listed in the service types provided to you, please select “Service Not Listed” to schedule your appointment.
Please note – REAL ID and Texas law only permits a person to hold a driver license or identification card, but not both (Texas Transportation Code Section 521.183). Customers in possession of either of these will not be offered the option to schedule an appointment for the other. Customers needing to make this type of appointment will need to use the “Service Not Listed” option when scheduling the appointment, and be prepared to surrender the existing DL or ID.
10. How far in advance may I schedule an appointment?
Appointments may be scheduled up to six months in advance.
11. How late can I be before my appointment is cancelled?
Appointments are cancelled after 30 minutes.
12. How early do I need to arrive at the driver license for my appointment?
Please arrive no earlier than 30 minutes prior to your appointment.
13. How do I change my appointment?
Please visit the appointment scheduler to reschedule. Your existing appointment will be automatically cancelled upon your confirmation of a new appointment.
14. How can I confirm my appointment?
Confirmation information is provided at the time the appointment is made and can be obtained at any time by logging back in to the appointment scheduler.
15. Will I get a reminder of the upcoming appointment?
You will have the option to receive reminders by way of email or text message when you make your appointment.
16. Can I get a reminder by email or text message on my phone?
When you make your appointment, you will have the option to receive an email or text message reminder.
17. Can I still go online and renew my DL/ID, change my address, order a duplicate?
Yes. You can check your eligibility and complete these transactions by visiting https://texas.gov/.
18. If I cancel my appointment how long do I have to wait before I can reschedule the new appointment?
You may reschedule immediately after cancelling an appointment.
For more information, visit our Frequently Asked Questions on Scheduling a Road Test.
New Braunfels Driver License Office Of New Braunfels, Texas
The New Braunfels Driver License Office Of New Braunfels, Texas is located in New Braunfels currently provides 3003 Interstate 35 South in New Braunfels, Texas and provides a full array of DMV services such as Road test, Driving License, Written Cards,Identification Cards, Commercial License, CDL Driving and CDL Written Test. You will also be able to do the following at the New Braunfels Driver License Office Of New Braunfels, Texas titling, plates and auto registration.
New Braunfels DMV Services Provided:
- Road Test
- Driver’s License
- Written Cards
- Identification Cards
- CDL Driving
- CDL Written
Registration Services in New Braunfels
- Auto Insurance Quotes
- New Braunfels Driver License Office Of New Braunfels, Texas
- 3003 Interstate 35 South, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
- (830) 625-0700
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Comal County Tax Office
County tax assessor-collector offices provide most vehicle title and registration services, including:
- Registration Renewals (License Plates and Registration Stickers)
- Vehicle Title Transfers
- Change of Address on Motor Vehicle Records
- Non-fee License Plates such as Purple Heart and Disabled Veterans License Plates
- Disabled Parking Placards
- Copies of Registration Receipts
- Temporary Registration
Many counties allow you to renew your vehicle registration and change your address online. Some counties allow renewals at substations or subcontractors, such as participating grocery stores. Acceptable forms of payment vary by county.
Other locations may be available. Please contact your county tax office, or visit their Web site, to find the office closest to you.
This County Tax Office works in partnership with our Vehicle Titles and Registration Division.
In cases of inclement weather, please CALL YOUR COUNTY TAC prior to planning travel.
New Braunfels DPS Locations
Cut in Line, Legally
At certain DPS locations, you can electronically get in line through a service called Get In Line Online. GILO allows you to:
- Apply for a first-time drivers license, learners permit, or ID card.
- Take the written test or computer test (if you’re worried about the test, try a practice test).
- Renew an expired drivers license or identification card.
- Replace a lost or stolen drivers license or identification card.
- Change your address on your drivers license or identification card.
Just schedule an appointment online. The DPS will send you an SMS text notification of your appointment time. Go to work, attend a class, run errands, or watch a movie until your approved appointment time.
Get In Line Online isn’t offered everywhere. Learn if your DPS location offers it HERE.
See how it works:
Avoid the Rush
If online help isn’t available for your DPS office or you have a complicated transaction, your best option is to avoid certain times and days:
- Avoid Mondays and Fridays. In general, Mondays and Fridays tend to be busier than other days.
- Avoid lunchtime. A lot of optimistic folks brave the DPS at lunch thinking they’ll get through the line quickly. They usually don’t.
- Avoid the day before or after a holiday. The DPS isn’t open on holidays. All those customers not getting serviced spill over to other days.
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