If your Driver license has expired more than two years or you have never had a Texas license, you may need to provide documents required under federal and state law to prove your citizenship / lawful presence, identity, proof of social security number and residency. Please review the brochure at this link for a list … Continued
FAQ Topic: Driver Responsibility Program Repeal FAQs
No. Failure to appear is not related to surcharges. Under the Failure to Appear / Failure to Pay Program, the Department may deny the renewal of a driver license if you have failed to appear for a citation or failed to satisfy a judgment ordering the payment of a fine. Your driver license may be … Continued
Contact the Driver License Customer Service Center at DRPRepeal@dps.texas.gov You must include your full name, date of birth, driver license or ID card number, and your phone number.
For more detailed information please visit the Department of Public Safety’s Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking http://www.dps.texas.gov/DriverLicense/faqs/index.htm
The Department of Public Safety will no longer assess DRP points for moving violations. Any previously assessed points have been removed from your record.
No action is required on your part.
You will still owe the surcharge and will remain suspended until September 1, 2019 unless you comply with your installment agreement.
You are required to make payments until September 1, 2019 to avoid having your driving privileges suspended.
No. As of September 1, 2019 the DRP is repealed which means that the program has ended. Any suspensions that resulted from surcharges while DRP was in effect will remain on your driving history.
No, payments made on your surcharge accounts prior to September 1, 2019 will not be refunded. Those payments were collected under the laws in place at that time. This includes Advance Payment on surcharge accounts.