Do you really need a license to drive in Texas?
By TAMMI KATE LEDFORD
Everyone in Dalhart either has one or has heard one, a horror story involving Department of Public Safety (DPS) and obtaining or renewing your Texas driver’s license. I myself seemed to have had it fairly easy, only seven trips, an attorney, a legal name change changing my name to my name that cost $500 and the help of everyone in my office and presto I had one. Well, I have a piece of paper saying I will get one by mail in two to three weeks.
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