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Advisory Committees

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) is looking for individuals interested in serving as members on one of its five new advisory committees that may be created. Advisory committees provide recommendations to the TxDMV Board and Executive Director on rules and policy issues related to the TxDMV.

The new advisory committees that TxDMV may create include:

  1. Consumer Protection
  2. Customer Service
  3. Motor Carrier Regulation
  4. Motor Vehicle Industry
  5. Vehicle Titles & Registration

Anyone wishing to apply for an advisory committee may complete the Application.

If you have any questions about applying to be an advisory committee member, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Potential upcoming Vacancies

To be announced...

Advisory Committee Focus Areas

Consumer Protection: may advise on investigation and enforcement topics, including vehicle titles and registration fraud; lemon law; the warranty performance program; and other consumer protection topics.

Customer Service: may advise on topics related to improving and enhancing department customer service, including infrastructure; new customer service initiatives; policy and process improvements; and technology.

Motor Carrier: may advise on topics related to regulation of the motor carrier industry.

Motor Vehicle Industry: may advise on topics related to regulation of the motor vehicle industry.

Vehicle Titles and Registration: may advise on topics related to vehicle titles and registration.

Rules - Informal, Proposed, and Adopted

Engaging the public and stakeholders is an important element of the TxDMV rulemaking process. TxDMV provides informal and formal opportunities for the public and stakeholders to participate in the process at the links below.

Rules: drafts for informal comment

Proposed and Adopted Rules

| 2019 |

Statutes

Statutes

Texas Administrative Code

The official version of proposed and adopted rules are those filed with the Secretary of State, which is the repository of official TXDMV rules. Those rules, compiled in the Texas Administrative Code, can be accessed directly from Texas Administrative Code.

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