Texas DPS Announces Ride and Drive Expo

September 15, 2017 - Press Release

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is hosting the Ride and Drive Expo Wednesday, October 25.

The exposition is an outdoor event that brings opportunities for law enforcement agencies and business owners — including historically underutilized businesses, entrepreneurs, and decisionmakers — to network and engage in an open forum.

The event will focus on the fleet industry with emphasis on the need for law enforcement vehicles, technological advancements, and innovative designs from leading exhibitors. A wide range of products and services related to law enforcement will also be showcased at the event.

Expo attendees will have the chance to test-drive vehicles on an outdoor track.

Exhibitors and organizations can participate in the exhibition for free. The DPS will provide space for vendors to set up displays and showcase their businesses.

Visit the DPS' event page for more information on the expo.

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