Whether you have an occupational license now, never had one, your license is suspended, revoked, or disqualified, you must take active steps to have your original license reinstated. The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) requires that all reinstatement fees and holds be lifted prior to the reinstatement of a license that is “ineligible.” Below are some important information to help you get your license reinstated.
Check your eligibility HERE. This will take you the DPS’s website where you can find out what is holding up your license.
Compliance Documents: If you are required to send in documents to have your license reinstated, i.e., insurance, SR-22 insurance, drug class attendance proof, etc., mail those documents to:
Mailing Address: Texas Department of Public Safety, Enforcement and Compliance Service, PO BOX 4087, Austin, Texas 78773-0320
Fax Number: 512-424-2848
Email: email@example.com (documents must be in PDF format)
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Fees: Fees can be paid online. There is a link on DPS’s eligibility page. Or, you can mail in payment to the address listed below. Remember to include your a copy of your suspension notice, if available. Make sure your payment includes your contact information, including your Driver’s License number so your payment can properly credited:
Mailing Address: Texas Department of Public Safety, Central Cash Receiving, PO BOX 15999, Austin, Texas 78761-5999
Please Note: Payments can take up to 14 days to process