Answered By: Arnetta Henderson Last Updated: May 20, 2015 Views: 36
The directions on the paper that you have are correct and I can help you get to where it is directing you.
Type in www.texasonline.com as it states.
Choose the Records page
Select Personal Driver Records
You will see a screen that is just a Welcome screen to the TXDPS online Record Request System, click continue
It will then ask you to go through this checklist for printing your driving record and test to see if you have Adobe Reader installed. The computers in the Library Lab already have it installed and up to date, we have printers connected and the latest versions of the browsers that are being requested.
You can skip the Print Test Record test and just put a check mark in the box at the bottom that you Acknowledge that you have Adobe Reader and select continue
The next screen will be the login screen where you will need to fill in all of the required information and click the Login button to proceed and get your Driving Record.
That's it and you are done. Just make sure to log out and close the browser when you are finished.
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