She answered honestly about mental health. Then the state revoked her driver’s license.
LEON VALLEY, Texas – Kathy Francis said her troubles with the Department of Public Safety started in March 2019, while applying to renew her driver’s license. The couple lives in rural Bandera County, meaning it made sense during a trip to town to stop by the driver’s license mega center on Huebner Road, in Leon Valley. Francis disclosed a bipolar disorder diagnosis on her March 2019 application to renew her driver's license. AdIt is unclear whether writing down PTSD on the application would have caused the state to flag Francis’ application. Francis' wife Kari has been forced to become her driver, after the state revoked Francis' license in September.
Expired driver’s license? Texas DPS now taking appointments for renewals, replacements
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety announced Tuesday it is continuing the phased reopening of driver’s license offices by offering appointments for renewals and replacements in offices across the state. DPS gave an extension for Texas driver’s license expiration dates which was granted in response to COVID-19 remains and remains in effect. “Customers who book these appointments can leave the driver’s license office until their designated appointment time,” DPS said in a press release. More from KSAT on driver’s license renewals:Do you have a star on the top of your driver’s license? You now have until October 2021 to get itTexas driver’s license offices will reopen with limited services starting next weekTexas Gov.