If you’re a Texas resident, you must renew your driver’s license every four years. The expiration date is always on your birthday. You can renew your license up to two years before it expires.
You can renew your license online, by mail, or in person at a driver’s license office. If you renew online or by mail, you will need to provide:
– Your current driver’s license
– A credit or debit card for payment
If you renew in person, you will need to:
– Bring your current driver’s license
– Fill out an application
– Pass a vision test
– Pay the renewal fee
You will need to renew your license in person if:
– Your license has been expired for more than two years
– Your license was suspended or revoked
– You have never had a license
– You need to change your name or address
If you have a commercial driver’s license (CDL), you will need to renew it every year. You will need to pass a skills test every eight years.
You will need to renew your license if you move to Texas from another state. You will need to bring your out-of-state license and proof of Texas residency.
If you are a military member, you can renew your license by mail. You will need to include a copy of your military ID. Your spouse and dependents can also renew by mail.
The cost to renew your license is $25. You will need to renew your license in person if you have not renewed it in the last eight years.
You can renew your license up to two years before it expires. If you renew your license more than two years before it expires, you will need to retake the vision test.