We are no longer accepting many subcompact vehicles.
If your vehicle requires an inspection, visit your state's page here — the inspection form you need to use, along with mechanic locations (if applicable), are listed there.
Requirements for Leep Four
10 years or newer
Seats 4 passengers not including the driver
Working Air Condition and Heat
Meets vehicle class safety standards set by USDOT
Valid Texas Registration
Requirements for Leep Six
Meets all the above listed requirements for leep 4
plus the following...
Must seat 6 passengers not including the driver
Requirements for Leep Premium & Luxury
7 years or newer
Leather or synthetic equivalent for the interior
Original suggested MSRP for make and model exceeds $35,000. Verified with current Kelley Blue Book
Before applying to drive or moving to a new city, head to driver application requirements and scroll down to find your new city or state, and it's the minimum vehicle age requirement.
Doors and seatbelts
All Leep vehicles are required to have 4 doors. Vehicles are required to have a minimum of 5 seatbelts (including the driver's), with a maximum of 8 seatbelts.
If you're an existing driver and you were approved to drive with a subcompact vehicle before February 25, 2019, you'll be able to continue driving with your existing subcompact vehicle. You won't be able to add a second vehicle that is classified as a subcompact or replace your existing vehicle with a different subcompact vehicle.