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Steps you need to take at the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to get a Texas license and/or a permit for teens and adults:

Teens

Individuals under 18 years of age are required to complete a driver education course and present the Texas Driver Education Certificate (DE-964) at the driver license office.

When applying for a license, the driving test is required. The knowledge test will be waived if it was completed during the driver education course.

NOTE: An individual may start the classroom phase of a driver education course at 14 years of age but cannot apply for a learner license until he/she is at least 15.

Adults

Individuals between 18 and 24 years of age are required to complete a driver education course and present the original certificate of completion at the driver license office. A driver education course is not required for individuals who already hold a valid driver license from another U.S. state or U.S. territory, or from Canada, France, South Korea, or Germany (countries with license reciprocity agreements with Texas).

When applying for a license, the driving test is required. The knowledge test will be waived if it was completed during the driver education course.

There are two types of driver education for adults:

  1. Six-hour adult driver education course which can be taken at Drive Smart Driving School in the classroom.
  2. Traditional driver education course offered through Drive Smart Driving School  (this course is recommended for individuals who want additional behind-the-wheel and classroom training).