When you researched Texas dps website and the California one what did it say?
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You would need to check with Texas DMV. My understanding is you should apply for a license in Texas before your California License is suspended. Once you comply with the terms of California DMV to get restricted you would need to check with Texas DMV to see what they require. Bottom line, call the DMV in Texas to find out details.
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