Hoping to fix long lines at driver's license centers, Texas House OKs changes to DPS

May 20, 2019

AUSTIN -- The Texas House on Friday approved changes meant to alleviate long lines at the Department of Public Safety’s  driver’s license centers.

Senate Bill 616 by Brian Birdwell, R-Granbury, would increase the expiration term of driver’s licenses from six to eight years -- the maximum allowed under federal law -- and would commission a third-party study on moving the issuance of driver’s licenses from DPS to the Department of Motor Vehicles, which oversees in the process in many other states.

Read the full article at the Dallas News site

Posted by: Pat Monks