The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) is looking for individuals interested in serving as members on one of its four advisory committees. Advisory committees provide recommendations to the TxDMV Board and Executive Director on rules and policy issues related to the TxDMV.
The advisory committees include:
- Customer Service and Protection
- Motor Carrier Regulation
- Motor Vehicle Industry
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advisory Committee Focus Areas
Advisory committees offer advice and recommendations on specific issues as requested by the board. The focus area of each advisory committee is described below.
Customer Service and Protection: Advises the department on issues related to improving and enhancing department customer service including infrastructure; new customer service initiatives; policy and process improvements; technology;investigation and enforcement issues, including vehicle titles and registration fraud; lemon law; the warranty performance program; household goods movers; and other consumer protection topics, as requested by the board.
Motor Carrier: Advises the department on issues related to regulation of the motor carrier industry as requested by the board.
Motor Vehicle Industry: Advises the department on issues related to regulation of the motor vehicle industry as requested by the board.
Vehicle Titles and Registration: Advises the department on issues to related to vehicle titles and registration as requested by the board.
Note: If you are interested in issues related to household goods movers and the household goods moving industry, these issues will be addressed by a subcommittee of the Customer Service and Protection Advisory Committee. When filling out your application for the Customer Service and Protection Advisory Committee please be sure to indicate your interest in serving on that subcommittee.