Skip the Wait, Long Lines, and Hassles At the DPS Office!
- Easy & convenient scheduling & locations: Early morning (before school), afternoons (after school), evenings, weekends.
- Limited openings, so schedule your appointment now!
Scheduling Option 1: Online, 24/7/365
To schedule online at any time, just choose the time and/or location most convenient for you from the location links below. When you click a location link you’ll be taken to an online booking calendar, PayPal payment form, and more details for that location, where you can reserve the next available appointment that best fits your schedule.
Scheduling Option 2: By Phone
To schedule by phone, call 800-562-6405 during our office hours (10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Central Standard Time, Monday-Friday).
Take Your Road Test at One of Our Convenient Locations Below!
Katy, TX (19650 Restaurant Row, Houston, TX 77084. Near Fry Rd & I-10)
Katy, TX (24275 Katy Fwy Suite 400, Katy, TX 77494, near I-10 & Hwy 99)
Monday-Friday 10am-5pm SAME-DAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE!
Spring, TX (6514 FM 2920 Rd, Spring, TX 77379)
Thursdays & Saturdays
Kingwood, TX (2515 Green Oak Dr., Kingwood, TX 77339)
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
Pearland, TX (2702 Reid Blvd., Pearland, TX 77581. FM 518 & Manvel Rd.)
Thursday Mornings & Saturday Afternoons
Pearland, TX (8303 Broadway St., Pearland, TX 77581. FM 518 at Chocolate Bayou Rd., 1 block east of Cullen Pkwy)
Wednesday & Saturday Mornings
South Houston, TX (11665 Fuqua St., Houston, TX 77034. SE, near I-45 & Beltway 8)
Monday & Friday
Austin, TX (9350 Struie Lane. E. of MoPac Expressway & Slaughter Lane)
Wednesdays & Saturdays Mornings
McKinney / Frisco, TX (6225 Custer Road. East, near Sam Rayburn Tollway)
Wednesday Afternoons, Saturday & Sunday Mornings
Frisco, TX (Punjab Way. West, near Legacy & Main)
Saturday & Sunday Afternoons
Hurst, TX (951 W. Pipeline Road. Between Precinct Line Rd & The Shops at North East Mall)
Thursday & Saturday Afternoons
Keller, TX (705 S. Main Street. Near Hwy 377 & Bear Creek Pkwy)
Sunday Mornings, Monday & Friday Afternoons
Alvin, TX (302 S Johnson St, Alvin, TX 77511. At the library inside the First Presbyterian Church)
Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday
Houston (Memorial West), TX (11441 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77079 off premise test site: meet at Taco Cabana restaurant)
Mansfield, TX (26 E. Debbie Lane #100, Mansfield, TX 76063. At Mamas Pizza restaurant.)
Midland, TX (308 Upland Street, Midland, TX 79703. Meet at Big C’s Driver Education.)
Don’t See a Time That Works for You?
Call 800-562-6405 during our office hours (10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Central Standard Time, Monday-Friday) and special arrangements can be made to open up a special day and time for your DPS Road Test.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Am I eligible for your DPS Road Test Service?
Can I have the examiner take me through a practice test before the real test?
Can I order a pre-test and road test at the same time?
Can I take a test on a day or at a time that you do not have on the schedule?
What Is The Price To Take A DPS Road Test, Or A Practice Pre-Test?
Can I buy from you without a PayPal account?
What paperwork must I bring to my DPS Road Test (or Pre-Test) appointment?
What does my vehicle need to qualify for the tests?
What if my vehicle does not pass your inspection?
Can I use your vehicle if I don’t want to test in mine?
Can I get the test routes so I can practice in advance?
Can I get my license the same day I pass the test?
What if I fail the test? How long do I have to wait before I can re-test and is there a fee?
What is your cancellation policy?
Do you test in the rain?
What if I have other questions not answered on your web site? And is there more than one way to contact your office?
Recent TX Law Change Makes Our Service Possible
A Texas law enacted September 1, 2014 (Senate Bill 1705) allows young adults (ages 16-24) to take the drivers license exam from certified driver education instructors like us at Driver Ed In a Box – instead of waiting through long lines and hassles at a DPS drivers license office. This was big news in Houston. Driver Ed In A Box founder Patrick Barrett was interviewed about it by Click2Houston.Com and it was also covered by ABC13.Com.