1 You can renew up to 1 year before it expires and 2 years after (there are no exceptions).2Once renewed, your license expiration date will be extended for 8 years.You can also find information about applicable DMV fees, forms and other required documentation.Recently moved to a new address in your state and need to change your address with the DMV? The price of this service includes funds that support the ongoing operations and enhancements of Texas.gov, which is provided by a third party in partnership with the State.When your license will expire in less than a year, it is time to renew it. If you are turning 21, your license will expire 90 days after your birthday.Renew Your License Renew Your State ID Change Your Address You can renew your Drivers License, State Identification or Update your Address.The online renewal service is limited to license/ID Card holders who have already verified their identity with the Driver License Division after January 1, 2010.
Licenses issued to individuals under 21, expire on the license holder’s 21st birthday. If you are less than 18, please see about either your instruction permit or your provision license.To renew your license if you are turning 21, you will complete form 482 and submit primary and secondary documents.If you don't receive your license, permit or ID card within 20 days, contact Driver Licensing Services at 402-471-3861.The State Department of Motor Vehicles sends renewal notice postcards to applicants 30 days prior to the expiration of their current operator’s license, commercial driver’s license or state identification card.