Driver's License Issues

Driver's License Eligibility

How can I check my Texas driver's license eligibility online?

To check your Texas driver's license status, search for "Texas driver's license eligibility" on Google. This will lead you to the official driver's license eligibility system at the Texas DPS website. You need three pieces of information: your driver's license number, your date of birth, and the last four digits of your social security number.

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Texas Driver's License Eligibility

The Post-DWI Temporary Driving Permit

What is the post-DWI temporary driving permit/DIC 25?

The DIC 25 is a temporary driving permit given to individuals arrested for a DWI in Texas. It is issued if the person blew over 0.08, refused to blow, or refused a blood test when requested. This document will be included in your bond paperwork when you are released from jail.

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The Post-DWI Temporary Driving Permit


What is the Administrative License Revocation hearing (ALR)?

An ALR (Administrative License Revocation) hearing is a legal process in Texas that occurs after a DWI arrest if you either blew over .08 or refused to blow. It determines whether your driver's license will be suspended.

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Administrative License Revocation hearing (ALR)

Occupational Driver's Licenses


An Occupational Driver's License (ODL) is a temporary court order that allows to you drive while your regular license is suspended. It lasts for the term of your suspension – anywhere from three months to two years. The ODL also allows you to drive to school, for groceries, legal/medical appointments and general household duties.

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Two Types of Occupational Driver's Licenses