- Gives information for those customers who are in the state of Texas and have been reported by Texas cities and counties in accordance with Chapter 706 of the Texas Transportation Code
- The state of Texas operates the site.
- Please feel free to call 1-800-688-6882, if you have questions regarding Texas DPS’s Failure to Appear
- In order to start the online violation search process please pay your attention that you have the Texas Driver License number and the users Date of Birth on hand.
- If you need some help in tech support, email please and send a detailed inquiry to [email protected]
The Failure to Appear/Failure to Pay program is related to an unresolved citation and does not have information on warrants. If the failure to appear database does not show a violation in question that means the violation has been resolved or the data, you entered does not correspond with the information filed with the courts. It should be noted that a Texas driver license can be renewed if there are pending NON-Traffic violations under Chapter 706 of the Texas Transportation Code.
Other Failure to Appear Notes
- All reports must be submitted within 5 business days of the time and date that the originating court receives appropriate payment or other information that satisfies the obligation to that court
- All payments must be made to the Texas Municipal/City Court in which the violation took place
- All violations letters are mailed to the address provided at the time of the violation
About Texas Department of Public Safety
DPS is a division of the Texas state government. DPS is responsible for law enforcement and vehicle regulation. The TDP was created to Proactively protect the citizens of Texas in relation to crime, public safety issues, fraud, regulatory services and enhance highway control.