Bexar County Tax Office Information - DPS - Texas - Department of Public Safety
State:Texas - Department of Public Safety - DPS
DMV Location: Bexar County Tax Office Information - TX
DMV Office Address: 233 North Pecos La Trinidad, San Antonio, TX 78283-3950
P.O. Box 839950
DMV Phone Number: 210-335-2251
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Q:I heard that there are two offices of the San Antonio DMV Texas. What are some of the services that are offered by these facilities and is there a difference between them?
A:The San Antonio regional service center located at 3500 NW Loop 410 only offers replacement titles, issues annual NAFTA permits and rejection letters against bonded titles, does apportioned registration, and processes Texas title errors. Whereas, the DMV facility located at 233 N Pecos LA Trinidad offers the usual services such as renewals of registrations and driver's licenses, changing addresses on your registration and licenses as well as issuing disabled parking cards.
Q:What is the San Antonio DMV phone number that I can call upon to get my vehicle registration and license renewed? Where is this office located, as I heard that it is in a different location from the regional service center?
A:The San Antonio DMV center that will process your vehicle registration renewal as well as that of your license is located in the Bexar County tax office. The number for this DMV facility is (210) 335-2251 and it is located on 233 N Pescos La Trinadad. Please click on other links on our site for getting more information.
Q:What is the TX DMV San Antonio phone number and during which hours can I call on it?
A:Though the regional service center of the San Antonio has a contact number, it is not a 24-hr helpline. You can call on the number (210) 615-1776 during the standard business hours of Texas DMV offices, which are from 8.00 am till 5.00 pm local time. The offices are open on all weekdays, except for when there is a federal or state holiday, so call ahead before going.
Q:While searching on San Antonio DMV hours, I came across the term special license. Can you tell me more about it?
A:Special licenses are for operating vehicles like school bus, limousines commercial motor vehicles like taxi, and shuttle. They are also required for a chauffeur driver license (although requirements vary with districts), sport vehicles (all-terrain vehicles) and neighborhood electric vehicles. You must possess a special driver's license or a commercial driver's license before you can apply for a special license.