Module 2: Driver’s License 01(Process of get driver license)

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Driving is a privilege, not a right. A right is something you have automatically, but a privilege needs to be earned. And to drive, you need to earn a driver license. It’s your responsibility as a driver to have a driver license.

Failure to fulfill that responsibility could result in massive fines and jail time.

When it Expires

Guess what? Your Texas driver license will expire after six years, so you’ll need to renew your driver license at about this age, maybe even before. The good news is that there is a big time frame for renewals. You can renew your license from one year BEFORE the expiration date to two years AFTER the expiration date.

Don’t put it off, though. If you drive with an expired driver license, you will be subject to fines and traffic violations.

Renewing the license 

A renewal notice may be sent to the last address you provided to DPS about six months before your license expires. If you do not receive this notice, it is your responsibility to renew your license.