DPS Road Test
Department of Public Safety (DPS) Approved Road Test
IDEAL Driving school is a DPS-approved road test provider. This means you can come and take your road test with us. If you pass, we will give your documents and your test result inside of a ‘Sealed Envelope’ to take to the DPS in order to obtain your license.
Both teens and adults can schedule their road tests with us. You’ll need to call us for an appointment at least a week before your planned date for the test. Make the payment online (link to online payment for road test options/items) to confirm your appointment. We will send you an email confirmation after receiving your payment.
What a Teen Requires to Bring for Road Test: If you are between 16 years to 17 years and 11 months, 30 days old, you are required to meet & bring the following:
- Must be at least 16 years old
- Must hold a valid Texas Permit at least for six months.
- Bring the DE-964 Certificate (received after completion of Teen ED course).
- ITTD (Impact Texas) Certificate (Good for 90 days)
- VOE (Verification of Enrollment) Form from High School (Valid for 30 days)
- 30 Hours Driving with Parent Log with Parents
You’ll find the check list for ‘Teens’ under the tab DPS and Test Requirements (https://idealdrivingschooldallas.com/driving-schools-teen-drivers-ed)
What an Adult Requires to Bring for Road Test: If you are 18 years and older, you are required to bring the following:
- Your valid Texas Permit
- ITYD (Impact Texas Young Drivers) certificate (valid for 90 days)
You’ll find the check list for ‘Adults’ under the tab DPS and Test Requirements (https://idealdrivingschooldallas.com/driving-schools-adult-drivers-ed)
You’ll need to schedule an appointment with DPS to submit your ‘Sealed Envelope’ to get your license.
You are required to schedule an appointment with DPS ahead of time to submit your sealed envelope and avoid delay.
Absolute authority to approve/disapprove a driver’s license is DPS subject to the submission of appropriate legal documents by each applicant required by Texas Law.