CORRECTING and REPLACING Suspended Drivers: Pay Driver License Reinstatement Fees Online

Reissuing release to correct media contact information.

The corrected release reads:

SUSPENDED DRIVERS: PAY DRIVER LICENSE REINSTATEMENT FEES ONLINE

Get back on the road faster with Texas.gov

An online service offered by Texas.gov,

in partnership with the Texas

Department of Public Safety (DPS), is helping suspended drivers get

back behind the wheel with less hassle. Texas.gov/LicenseEligibility

lets drivers view instructions for reinstating a license, pay

reinstatement fees, and track driving eligibility status.

Each year, DPS processes an average of 150,000 driver license

reinstatements. Before the Driver

License Eligibility system was launched, DPS

could only receive payments via mail and suspended drivers could only

track their driving status by phone.

Since the online service’s launch one year ago, more than 100 thousand

suspended drivers have paid their reinstatement fees online instead of

mailing payment to DPS headquarters, and more than 3,500 people log in

every day to view their reinstatement requirements and check their

driving eligibility status.

DPS Driver License Division Assistant Director, Rebecca Davio, is

pleased to offer this convenience to suspended drivers. “Not only does

this service speed up the reinstatement process, but it gives users

transparency into the status of their driving eligibility exactly when

they need it,” Davio states.

Users have commented, “Thank you for making it easier and quicker to

get your DL back in compliance. I can’t stress how much better and

convenient, plus easy to use this new method was!” and “Simple

and informative. The way interaction with my government should be. No

teeth pulling here. Thanks for the job well done!”

All suspended Texas drivers, including commercial driver license

holders, are eligible to use the online Driver

License Eligibility system. To use the online service, all you need

is an Internet connection, your Texas driver license or ID number, and

the last four digits of your social security number. For Texans in need

of other driver services, Texas.gov’s Driver

page also offers Driver

License Renewal, Vehicle

Registration Renewal, Driver

Records, and more.

About Texas.gov

Texas.gov is the official website of

the state of Texas (http://www.texas.gov)

and is a collaborative public/private partnership managed by the

Department of Information Resources (DIR). Texas.gov helps state and

local government entities Web-enable their services and operates without

tax funds through a partnership between the state and Texas NICUSA, LLC.

Texas NICUSA builds, operates, maintains, and markets Texas.gov and is

part of eGovernment firm NIC’s

(NASDAQ: EGOV) family of companies. Since its launch in 2000, Texas.gov

has securely processed more than 165 million financial transactions and

collected more than $23 billion on behalf of participating entities.

About NIC

NIC Inc. (NASDAQ: EGOV) is the

nation’s leading provider of official

government websites, online

services, and secure

payment processing solutions. The company’s innovative eGovernment

services help reduce costs and increase efficiencies for government

agencies, citizens, and businesses across the country. Our popular

self-funded solution allows government to put in-demand services online

without using taxpayer funds. The NIC family of companies currently

provides cost-effective eGovernment solutions for more than 3,500

federal, state, and local agencies in the United States. Additional

information is available at http://www.egov.com.