Texans - Start the School Year Right with Texas.gov
Get organized, skip the lines, and take care of your responsibilities online
AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Whether you have a child starting school for the first time or one heading off to college, Texas.gov offers information and services that can help you prepare for the school year:
- Order birth certificates (watch demo ) for school registration requirements
- Pay CHIP enrollment fees (Children's Health Insurance Plan)
- Visit Texas.gov/education to find useful state-related education information
With summer winding down and back-to-school preparations underway, it's also a good time to get your own driving tasks in order. With Texas.gov/Driver, it's easy and quick. Every day, Texas.gov enables more than 7,000 vehicle registration renewals, 3,500 driver license renewals, and 2,000 driver record orders. And, nearly 6,000 people log in daily to check the status of their driving privileges and pay reinstatement fees on Texas.gov/DLEligibility. Texas.gov/Driver can help you check the following tasks off your to-do list:
- Renew your driver license or ID (watch demo ) - Renew online up to a year after your expiration date.
- Change the address on your license or ID (watch demo ) If you've moved, you are required to change your address within 30 days.
- Renew your vehicle registration (watch demo ) - Renew online up to six months after your expiration date.
- Print a driver record (watch demo) - Order and print your certified driver record in minutes.
- Check your driving eligibility - If your driving privileges are revoked, pay your fees and monitor your driving status online.
No matter what your comfort level with the Internet is or what device you choose to use, Texas.gov/Driver makes it easy to take care of your driving business. It's secure and works great on your computer, your tablet, and even your phone. And remember, there are more than 1,000 other online government services on Texas.gov. So, take it online Texas!
Texas.gov is the official website of the state of Texas (www.texas.gov) and is a collaborative public/private partnership managed by the Department of Information Resources (DIR). Texas.gov helps state and local government entities Web-enable their services and operates without tax funds through a partnership between the state and Texas NICUSA, LLC. Texas NICUSA builds, operates, maintains, and markets Texas.gov and is part of eGovernment firm NIC's (NAS: EGOV) family of companies. Since its launch in 2000, Texas.gov has securely processed more than 201 million financial transactions and collected more than $30 billion on behalf of participating entities.
NIC Inc. is the nation's leading provider of official government websites, online services, and secure payment processing solutions. The company's innovative eGovernment services help reduce costs and increase efficiencies for government agencies, citizens, and businesses across the country. Our popular self-funded solution allows government to put in-demand services online without using taxpayer funds. The NIC family of companies currently provides cost-effective eGovernment solutions for more than 3,500 federal, state, and local agencies in the United States. Additional information is available at www.egov.com.
Jennifer Buaas, 512-463-3602
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