How to Request a Replacement DL/ID in an office
- Complete a new DL/ID application. Use our online DL/ID application to apply for a replacement driver’s license, ID card, or commercial driver’s license.
- Gather the required proof documents to show DMV.
- Visit a DMV office to complete the process.
What documents are required to renew drivers license?
- Each state maintains different policies, but in general you will need to provide some or all of the following documents: Your current drivers license. Your full legal name. Your Social Security number. Proof of legal presence, identity, and date of birth. Proof of residency. Proof of a name change (if applicable).
How do I replace my lost drivers license?
How to replace a lost driver’s license
- Step 1: Secure an Affidavit of Loss.
- Step 2: Go to the nearest Regional LTO Branch.
- Step 3: Get and submit the forms.
- Step 4: Pay at the cashier.
- Step 5: Get your license card.
How do I replace my lost Ohio drivers license?
One can visit BMV Online Services at bmvonline.dps.ohio.gov, select “DL/ID Reprint,” then log in. Only Ohioans with valid credentials will be able to take advantage of the option.
What do I need to replace a lost Illinois drivers license?
You will need identification that shows:
- Written signature (such as government ID, passport, Social Security card)
- Date of birth (such as birth certificate)
- Social Security number (Social Security card)
- Residency (such as bank statement, insurance policy)
How do I get a replacement ID in Nevada?
You can go through the Nevada DMW website and request the ID there. You can also go in person and request a replacement at a DMV kiosk or at the DMW office.
How do I make an appointment online LTO?
To get started, visit www.LTO.net.ph to secure an appointment. You can either schedule an appointment for the renewal of your driver’s license online or the renewal of your motor vehicle registration.
What documents are needed to replace a lost driver’s license in Ohio?
Applicants must provide proof of:
- Full legal name.
- Date of birth.
- Legal presence in the US.
- Social Security number.
- Ohio street address.
- Proof of name change (if applicable) See more information below.
What are 2 proofs of Ohio residency?
“For that federally compliant card we’re going to need to see two proofs of address. You know typically things like utility bills, a bank statement, insurance policy statement. If your current Ohio driver’s license has your current residence address, that can be used as one proof of address.”
How much is a replacement license in Ohio?
Your last step is to pay the fee for a replacement / duplicate drivers license. It is currently $24.50. A new duplicate license will be issued to you immediately at the office.
What documents do I need to renew my license in Illinois?
Date of birth (birth certificate, adoption record, citizenship certificate, U.S. passport) Social Security number (social security card, W-2 form) Residency (bank statement, insurance policy, pay stub, utility bill)
How can I get my drivers license number without my card?
Typically, you’re required to keep a copy of your registration in your vehicle, so you may be able to find your driver’s license number that way. You also may be able to find your license number on any correspondence you received related to your registration, such as a renewal notice.
Replace your Driver’s License or ID Card
Complete a new driver’s license and identification card application. To apply for a replacement driver’s license, identification card, or commercial driver’s license, fill out our online DL/ID application. For anyone interested in converting to a REAL ID driver’s license or commercial driver’s license (CDL), the option to do so will be available to them in the application. Minors who are applying for a replacement driver’s license must have their parents or guardians sign the application. If you decide to take advantage of this chance to convert to a REAL ID for the first time, you will be needed to present the following documents: 1.) proof of identification, 2.) social security number (SSN), and 3.) two proofs of California residency.
If your replacement will not be a REAL ID, you will not be required to submit any supporting documentation.
When you visit a field office, your replacement request will not be considered complete.
Depending on the location, wait times are frequently shorter than you would expect!
If you are applying for a REAL ID for the first time, make sure to bring your supporting documentation with you.
In the event that you apply for an ID card, you will be sent with a receipt as verification of your submission.
If you have not yet received your driver’s license and/or identification card, call 1-800-777-0133 to inquire about the status of your application.
How to Replace your Driver License, Commercial Driver License or ID Card
The Online Card Replacementfeature may be used if you need to receive a replacement without changing any of the information on the front of the card. You must have the following information to utilize the feature, however:
- The number on your driver’s license or identity card
- Your date of birth
- Your gender
- Those final four digits of your social security number, as well as the audit number on your most recently issued identification card
You will be needed to provide extra verification information if you do not have the audit number from your most recently issued card and wish to utilize theOnline Card Replacementfeature. This additional verification information comprises the following:
- Your first and last names as they appear on your most current driver’s license or identification card
- Your current mailing address as it appears on your most recent driver’s license or identification card, as well as
- Providing answers to four distinct security questions
The Online Card Replacement service is available to non-US citizens, however the Online Card Renewal service is not. If you are currently outside of the state, please see Out-of-State Renewal or Replacement for information on how to replace your driver license or identity card while you are away. If your driver’s license has been lost, stolen, or destroyed, and you do not have the information mentioned above, you must go to your local driver licensing office to receive a replacement driver license card.
When visiting your local driver licensing office to apply for a replacement driver license, commercial driver license, or identification card, you must complete the following steps:
- Complete the application before to your arrival. In addition, all driver licensing offices have this paperwork on hand.) Make an appointment with the driving licensing office in your area. The following paperwork should be provided to the licensing and permit specialist:
- Replacement of the application, as well as identification (just one primary, secondary, or supporting document is necessary)
- The following paperwork will also be required if you have not already submitted it:
- Citizenship in the United States alternatively, if you are not a citizen of the United States, proof of authorized residence in the country, as well as your Social Security number
- Please submit your thumbprint. Take a photograph of yourself
- Make payment for the application cost.
* You can find your audit number on your driver’s license or identity card by looking at it like this:
Report Stolen Cards
It is necessary to register a police complaint if your driver’s license or identity card has been stolen and is being used by someone else. To replace your stolen card, complete the steps outlined in the replacing your card section of this guide and bring a copy of your police report along with you. When the driver license office officials analyze your case, they will assess whether or not it is required to issue a new number to you. For additional information on preventing and combating identity theft, please see the website of the Texas Attorney General.
For further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions on Lost or Stolen Driver’s Licenses and Identification Cards.
How to replace a license or permit
It is necessary to register a police complaint if your driver’s license or identity card has been stolen and is being used by another party. To replace your stolen card, follow the steps outlined in the replacing your card section of our website and bring a copy of your police report along with you. When your case is reviewed, the driver license office staff will assess whether or not it is required to issue a new number. More information about identity theft may be found on the website of the Texas Attorney General.
Frequently Asked Questions about Lost or Stolen Driver’s Licenses and Identification Cards provides further information.
- It was misplaced, stolen, or destroyed
- You changed your mailing address
- You will be 21 in a few months: If you replace your license more than 40 days before your 21st birthday, your license will still have the words “UNDER 21” displayed on it. If you renew your license less than 40 days before your 21st birthday, your license will not have the words “UNDER 21” printed on it.
Please keep in mind that if you replace your document, you will be charged a replacement fee.
- You will not be required to take a vision (eye) exam, and your expiration date and ID number will remain unchanged.
Ways to replace
When replacing your Standard ID, you can choose whether to upgrade to an enhanced or REAL ID, or whether to preserve your Standard ID. Your document type will remain the same for the time being. Online replacement is available.
It is possible to replace your Standard ID by mail if you already have an enhanced or REAL ID or choose to preserve your Standard ID. Your document type will remain the same for the time being. Fill out anApplication for Permit, Driver License, or Non-Driver ID Card (PDF) and submit it to the DMV (MV-44) It should be returned with the following information: (if you do not know your DMV ID number, put your date of birth and name as it was on your previous document)
- Photocopies of valid identification documentation
- Payment of $17.50 (by check or money order made payable to “Commissioner of Motor Vehicles”)
To send a letter, send it to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles at 207 Genesee Street, Suite 6Utica, NY 13501-2874.
At an office and get an Enhanced or REAL ID
Beginning in May 2023, you will be required to provide an Enhanced or REAL ID in order to board a domestic aircraft (unless you have a passport). Obtain an Enhanced or REAL ID card. It is not necessary to get an Enhanced or REAL ID. To have a Standard document type replaced, you must go to a DMV office.
- Your current ‘Standard’ New York State driver’s license (unless you’ve misplaced it)
- Your social security number
- Fill out and submit theApplication for Permit, Driver License, or Non-Driver ID Card (PDF)(MV-44)
- Payment is accepted in the form of a credit/debit card, a cheque or money order made payable to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles
See the DMV’s location, procedures, and reservation information by clicking on the link below.
Fees and payment
The price is $17.50 per person. In the case of applications submitted over the mail or in person at a DMV office, you can pay with a credit/debit card, as well as a check or money order made payable to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles. To submit an online application, you must use a credit or debit card. The following are acceptable to the DMV:
- Cards accepted by the company include the American Express® Card, Discover Card®/Novus®, MasterCard®, MasterCard® Debit card without a personal identification number (PIN), VISA® Card, Visa Debit Card without a personal identification number (PIN), and VISA Debit Card with a personal identification number (PIN).
You must obtain form MV-78B from a law enforcement agency in order to receive a free replacement for a driver license or learner permit that has been stolen or lost as a result of a crime. This form is only accessible through police departments, not from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Address and mailing information
We will send the papers to the address that we have on file at the time of the order being placed. If you have relocated, you must first update your mailing address before ordering a replacement. Please keep in mind that your mailing and home addresses may be different. If you have a regular license, your postal address will be displayed on the license. If you have a REAL ID or an Enhanced license, your residence address will be displayed on the card. More information on the various licensing kinds may be found here.
We will mail you your document
Your new license will be sent within 10 business days of ordering it. You may check the progress of your mailing online. If it has been more than 2 weeks since you renewed your membership, please contact us for assistance. Please supply us with the postal address that is presently on file, or an alternate mailing address if one is provided. See How to Verify or Modify Your Address for information on how to verify or change your address.
When ordering by mail or in person at a DMV office, you have the option of specifying that your replacement document be sent to an address other than the one shown on your original document. If you’re sending anything by mail, attach an additional note with the other address plainly printed on it. It is not necessary to write the alternative address on form MV-44. The postal address that you enter on form MV-44 must match the address that appears on your picture ID and on your DMV record, otherwise the form will not be accepted.
It is possible to have the term “Veteran” placed in the upper left corner of your picture document if you are a qualified former member of the United States military who was honorably discharged. Learn how to obtain the veteran designation on your driver’s license. We appreciate your service and ask that you go to our military resources for further information on renewing your service if you are currently serving in the military.
Change my name or make other changes
You will need to visit a DMV office if you want to modify your name or any other non-address information (photo, height, or to add or remove corrective glasses). See how to make changes to your name or other personal data. See the DMV’s location, procedures, and reservation information by clicking on the link below.
How to replace if you are out of the country
When traveling outside of the country, you must replace your driver’s license through the mail. Please input your information.
- A completedApplication for Permit, Driver License, or Non-Driver ID Card (PDF)(MV-44)
- Payment of $17.50
- And a completedApplication for Non-Driver ID Card (PDF)(MV-44).
In addition, we urge that you include a pre-addressed priority mail return envelope with your application as an added precaution (this will help ensure that we send your license to the correct address).
Temporary visitors and international students who have a REAL ID
You can replace your driver’s license online, in the mail, or in person as long as the Temporary Visitor status that the DMV has on file has not been cancelled or expired. Upon receiving notification from the Immigration and Naturalization Service that your Temporary Visitor status has been extended, you must visit a DMV office with your updated papers (INS). We will make the necessary changes to our records to reflect that your Temporary Visitor status has been extended, allowing you to replace your driver’s license.
SOS – Replacing/Correcting
In-State Replacement of a Lost or Stolen Driver’s License Replacing a Lost or Stolen Driver’s License While Traveling Out of State Lost or stolen driver’s license replacement outside of the United States Making changes to a driver’s license Fees Changing the gender indication on a driver’s license or identification card In StateOnline, you may replace a driver’s license that has been lost or stolen.
- If your driver’s license or enhanced driver’s license is lost or stolen, you may be able to get a replacement using online services if you provide proof of ownership.
- A lost or stolen enhanced license is immediately revoked and is no longer valid for usage at border crossings or other purposes.
- Self-Service Station is an acronym that stands for Self-Service Station.
- To find a self-service station, go to “Find a Self-Service Station.” You must be a citizen of the United States with a valid Social Security number.
- For further information, go to the “Replace State ID Card” link on the online services home page and follow the instructions.
- You will be required to provide identification in order to prove your identify to the authorities.
For further information, go to the online services home page and click on “Replace Driver’s License.” More information about renewing your membership online Obtaining a Replacement Driver’s License if yours has been lost or stolen – Out of StateOnline Replacement of a lost, damaged, or stolen identification card is possible online through the use of internet services.
- Replacement ID cards will only be mailed to the address on your home utility bill.
- Fill out each area of the application in the manner prescribed.
- If you plan to pay by check, fill out the payment method portion of the application and include the check information in the payment method area.
- To pay by check or money order, print off the completed application and submit it together with a check or money order (paid payable to the State of Michigan) to the address shown below.
- Fill out each area of the application in the manner prescribed.
- If you plan to pay by check, fill out the payment method portion of the application and include the check information in the payment method area.
- If you prefer to pay by credit card, please visit our secure online payment page.
In the event that your driver’s license is lost or stolen outside of the United States, you will need to replace it.
Members of the military stationed abroad of the United States are required to enter their APO/FPO addresses in the out-of-state postal address section of the application.
Provided that you have a valid Social Security number and that your driving privileges have not expired or been revoked.
It is straightforward and time-saving to replace your driver’s license online.
The enhanced license is one of the officially recognized travel permits for re-entering the United States by land or water from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and the Caribbean, among other countries.
A change of address is completely free of charge.
The fees will be determined by the kind of license.
Proof of Legal Presence is now required when updating a Commercial Driver’s License, according to new regulations issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Enhanced license: Available at any branch office or through the mail.
Changes in the spelling of names If you need to alter your name on your valid driver’s license, you must provide your driver’s license together with documentation proving the change.
If your name has changed more than once, you may be required to submit multiple papers.
When applying for a divorce decree, it is necessary to ensure that it is certified (copies will not be recognized) and that it clearly identifies both the new and former names.
More information about name changes may be found here.
At every branch office, you can get a license.
At any branch office, you can use your enhanced license. Fees The Driver’s License Fee Chart contains information on the fees for replacing or correcting a license, and the Upgraded Driver’s License Fee Chart contains information on the fees associated with an enhanced license (if applicable).
How do I replace a lost or stolen driver’s license?
Online – whether you’re in or out of state It is possible to seek a replacement license through ExpressSOS regardless of whether you are in or out of state. If you have moved within the previous ten days or if you have renewed your license within the last four weeks, you will be needed to visit a branch office to complete your transaction. In the office of the Secretary of State If you live in Michigan, you must take valid identification as well as your Social Security number to a Secretary of State office to complete the process.
- military photo ID card are some of the identification documents that are accepted for either the standard or enhanced licenses, depending on the state.
- In order to get further information, please see the Applicating for a License or ID form (standard license) or the Applicating for an Enhanced License or ID form (enhanced license).
- For further information, please see the Standard License Fee Chart as well as the Enhanced License Fee Chart.
- If you are traveling from out of state, you must submit your full name (first, middle, and last), date of birth, driver’s license number, Social Security number, and out-of-state address while completing the application.
- An improved license can only be obtained if the applicant has a valid Social Security number.
- If you plan to return to the state within 180 days, you will get a temporary extension permit in the mail.
Please contact the following for further information on a temporary extension permit or if you have any inquiries regarding replacing a lost or damaged license if you are traveling outside of the state: Michigan Department of StateThe Special Services Branch7064 Crowner DriveLansing, MI 48918Phone: 517-636-5872Fax: 517-636-5865 Michigan Department of StateThe Special Services Branch Documents that are related Topics You can search for information by entering a descriptive term or phrase in the Search bar situated in the upper right corner if you were unable to discover it before.
In the alternative, you may send us an e-mail by clicking on “Contact the Secretary of State” in the top right hand corner, and we will assist you in obtaining the information you want.
Replace your driver’s license
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Registry of Motor Vehicles
The quickest and most convenient method to order a replacement is to do it online. You will be required to give the following information:
- Name, date of birth, and place of birth Your ID number or the last four digits of your Social Security Number are required. Payment information
- Email address
Fees for Replace your driver’s license
|Driver’s License Replacement Fee||$25||each|
How to replace Replace your driver’s license
The internet is the quickest and most convenient method of replacing your driver’s license. You will require the following items:
- Last name
- The last four digits of your social security number or the number on your driver’s license
- Email address
- Fees that may be charged
To seek a replacement driver’s license, you can contact the RMV’s Contact Center via phone. Call (857) 368-8000 for more information. From area codes 339, 617, 781, and 857, or from outside of Massachusetts, call (800) 858-3926 (toll-free). All other Massachusetts area codes are dialed Call (877) 768-8833 if you use a TTY. For those who are deaf or hard of hearing (in Massachusetts), you will need to provide the following information:
- Both the first and last names
- Date of birth
- A brief biography Those last four digits of your Social Security number Fees that are applicable
At this moment, replacement licenses are not available at RMV Service Centers, according to the RMV. If you are a member of AAA, you may, however, make a reservation to get your driver’s license replaced at one of their locations. To arrange an appointment, go to www.aaa.com/appointments.
More info for Replace your driver’s license
Your driver’s license can be renewed instead of being replaced in the event that it expires in less than a year from the date of purchase. After buying a duplicate license, you will not be able to cancel or return it.
Contact for Replace your driver’s license
For $20, you can replace a driver’s license or instruction permit that has been lost, stolen, or destroyed.
- You should receive your replacement within 2-4 weeks. Please phone 360.902.3900 (TTY: call711) if you have not received it within 30 days
- We will mail it to the address that we have on file for you. If it has to be changed, the first step is to update your address. Licenses and ID cards cannot be sent to a different address
- The license or ID card you get will have the same horizontal or vertical format and photo as the one you’re replacing
- We will, however, replace your vertical card with a horizontal format if you are over 21 and have a vertical card.
- You have the option of ordering a replacement up to three times each year. Other limitations may apply
- Please check the section below for further information. Your temporary license/ID will not contain your photo and will not be valid for identification purposes.
You have options:
- Replace online without the need to create an account. If you are unable to recall the number on your card, select this option. If you already have an account with replace online, sign in with it.
If any of the following apply, you will be unable to obtain a replacement online:
- It will expire in three months, so please renew it instead. Your driver’s license or permit is no longer valid
- You’ve relocated out of state. You have changed your name from the one that is displayed on your driver’s license. Your record indicates that you have one or more of the following characteristics:
- Suspended or revoked license due to nonpayment of traffic penalties or unpaid reissuance fee. Suspended, revoked, or cancelled license due to nonpayment of traffic fines or nonpayment of reissuance fee.
|Pay with your:||For online services||For licensing office|
|CheckMake checks payable “Department of Licensing”||Yes||Yes|
|Visa– credit/debit||Yes *||Yes – at most offices **|
|MasterCard– credit/debit||Yes *||Yes – at most offices **|
|American Express– credit/debit||Yes *||Yes – at most offices **|
|Discover– credit/debit||No||Yes – at most offices **|
When you make an online payment with a credit or debit card, we will charge you a 3 percent fee beginning January 1, 2020. You can also pay online using your bank account details without incurring any additional fees. * Some of our offices take credit and debit cards, while others do not. There is a fee charged by our card payment vendor.
- A $2.25 convenience charge is added if you pay with a debit card. A $3.00 convenience fee is added if you pay with a credit card.
- If your transaction total is $75 or less, you will be charged $2.25
- If your transaction total is more than $75, you will be charged 3 percent of your transaction total.
Other options to replace your card:
- Visiting a driver license office is strictly by appointment only. Change of address form for the State of Washington Driver License/ID Card mailed to us
- We will not issue a confirmation.
Your temporary will not feature your photo and will not be able to be used for identifying purposes.
- Replace a misplaced EDL/EID
- Replace a misplaced ID card Obtaining a new driver’s license
- Fraud or crimes involving one’s identity
- Visits to the office should include the following suggestions: Offices for driver’s licenses
Questions? Need help?
Please contact us at 360.902.3900. (TTY: Call711)
Replace Your Driver’s License
When the existing product is lost, stolen, mutilated, or never received, a duplicate Pennsylvania Non-Commercial Driver’s License is granted to the individual who applied for it. If PennDOT has your photo and signature on file, you can apply for a duplicate non-commercial license online if PennDOT has your photo and signature on file. When your application is complete, you will be able to print a temporary driver’s license that will be valid for 15 days while your duplicate driver’s license is being processed and shipped to your home address.
You may also check out the National Driver Register Fact Sheet for additional details!
Complete FormDL-80(PDF), “Non-Commercial Driver’s License Application to Change, Correct, or Replace,” and submit it to the DMV. Step 2: Make a check or money order payable to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for the appropriate charge. The application and a cheque or money order should be mailed to PennDOT, PO Box 68272, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17106-8272. Step 4:If your photograph is already on file, you will be issued a duplicate Non-Commercial Driver’s License that will include your current photo as well.
If you receive a camera card, you will need to go to a photo facility to have a photo taken for your Non-Commercial Driver’s License photo taken.
To get a duplicate Non-Commercial Driver’s license, you must complete theDL-80(PDF) form and submit it to an Online Messenger Service or a Driver License Center.
In this way, you will be able to keep a genuine product in your possession until PennDOT completes the duplicate order processing. Please keep in mind that these services may be subject to messenger service costs.
Replacing Your Commercial Driver’s License
It is possible to get a duplicate Commercial Driver’s License in Pennsylvania if the original product has been lost, stolen, disfigured, or was never received. Remember that if you have outstanding sanctions in another state(s), PennDOT will not be able to provide you a driver’s license product in that state. You may also check out the National Driver Register Fact Sheet for additional details! (PDF). For duplicate commercial driver’s licenses, there are no online services accessible.
Complete FormDL-80CD(PDF), “Application for Change, Correction, or Replacement of Commercial Driver’s License,” and submit it to the Department of Transportation. Step 2: Make a check or money order payable to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for the appropriate charge. The application and a cheque or money order should be mailed to PennDOT, PO Box 68272, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17106-8272. Step 4:If your photograph is already on file, you will be issued a duplicate Commercial Driver’s License that will include your current photo.
If you acquire a camera card, you must go to a photo facility to obtain a duplicate Commercial Driver’s License, unless you have a special exception.
Step 5: You may go to a Driver License Center and submit theDL-80CD(PDF) form to obtain a duplicate license.
Replacing a Driver’s License Learner’s Permit or Identification Card
Any time after your card has been created and shipped to you, you can perform a remote replacement for your driver’s license, learner’s permit, Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), and identity card (ID card) on myBMV.com. Please keep in mind that you can only replace a driver’s license, learner’s permit, commercial driver’s license, or identity card online a total of ten times before you must visit a BMV location. When you request a replacement, you will receive a card that is an identical replica of the one that was most recently given to you.
Prior to submitting your online replacement card application, you must first change your mailing address online.
- The number on their driver’s license
- The last four digits of their Social Security number
- And their legal ZIP code
Customers who renew or replace their license plates online using their myBMV account are also eligible to register to vote. Once the transaction has been completed and the applicant has signed out of their myBMV account, they may proceed to the online voter registration link that has been issued to them. In order to vote, the applicant must first register on the Election Commission’s website, which they may do by clicking on the link above.
- Replacement of a driver’s license or learner’s permit on the internet is possible if the following requirements are met:
- The applicant possesses an operator’s license, which may or may not include a motorcycle or for-hire endorsement. The applicant possesses a commercial driver’s license (CDL) with or without a motorcycle or for-hire endorsement, and there are no pending endorsements or limitations. The applicant is a citizen of the United States of America. Neither the applicant’s name nor his or her residence address have been altered. Neither the driver’s license nor the identification card have expired. Restriction J* is not present in the applicant’s record, nor are Restrictions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 present.
* Learner’s permits with a J limitation for Driver’s Education (DE) permits alone are eligible to be changed using the online system.
- The previous picture of the applicant has been saved on file
- The status of the driver’s license is not suspended, revoked, or fraudulently obtained
- A valid CDL status is present, and the medical certificate status has been certified. A Real ID is not being used to replace a non-compliant credential
- Rather, it is being used to supplement it.
- An applicant can only replace a driver’s license or learner’s permit online a total of ten times before a visit to a branch is necessary to complete the process. Online replacement of a driver’s license or learner’s permit is possible. It is possible to change your ID card online if you satisfy the following requirements: The United States of America recognizes you as a citizen.
- You have not had your name, residence address, or any other personal information altered in any way. Your identity card has not expired
- It is still valid. Your previous photograph has been saved
- Restriction numbers 3, 7, and 9 do not apply to your record.
When You Must Visit a BMV Branch to Replace
- It is possible that some applicants will be unable to renew or replace their cards online because their residence address, township, or zip code has changed, or because they have updated some other information with the BMV after their previous card was issued. Changing your name or residence address will need a trip to the bank’s branch office in order to update your license.
Replacing a License If You Are Away From Indiana
If your Indiana driver’s license, learner’s permit, commercial driver’s license, or identification card is lost or stolen while you are out of the state, you may be able to obtain a 30-day interim credential that will allow you to return to Indiana and obtain a replacement credential for the lost or stolen document. The Interim/Extension License or Military Extension Letter – State Form 54580 must be completed and submitted to the address indicated on the form in order to get a 30-day interim credential.
For military personnel who are temporarily stationed outside of Indiana while serving in the armed forces, your driver’s license is valid for 90 days after you are released from active duty.
After you have been discharged, you must go to a BMV branch and present proof of your discharge in order to renew your expired driving privileges.
Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles
Obtaining a replacement driver’s license or learner’s permit will be necessary if your license or permit has been lost, stolen, destroyed, or otherwise compromised. You may also opt to replace your driver’s license or permit if your residence has changed, your sexual orientation has changed, or your image has been updated.
Renew or Replace?
If your driver’s license expiration date is less than one year away, you may want to renew your driver’s license rather than having it replaced. Learner’s permits are not able to be extended.
Removing the Vision Restriction
If you are required to wear glasses or contact lenses while driving, a vision limitation will be displayed on your driver’s license or learner’s permit. If you have had LASIK surgery to correct your eyesight and want the vision limitation removed, you must do one of the following:
- For replacement licenses or learner’s permits, schedule an appointment with the Department of Motor Vehicles and visit a customer service facility. While you’re there, you may also update to a licenseor permit that is REAL ID compatible. To be eligible for the job, you must pass a vision examination without the use of glasses or contact lenses. Send the following items to the address shown below:
- A completed Driver’s License and Identification Card Application (DL1P)
- A Vision Screening Report (MED 4) signed by an ophthalmologist or optometrist within the past three months
- And a valid driver’s license and identification card. If you don’t wear glasses or contact lenses, the MED 4 must show that you fulfill the minimal visual requirements. A $20 payment for a replacement driver’s license and a $2 payment for a replacement learner’s permit is required. Send these materials to the following address:
After processing your request, the DMV will mail you a new license or learner’s permit that will no longer have the eyesight limitation on it.
The cost of obtaining a new driver’s license is twenty dollars. A replacement learner’s permit costs $2 and may be obtained online.
Obtaining a Replacement License Online
Online replacement driver’s license or learner’s permit applications are accepted UNLESS one or more of the following conditions are met:
- Your credential has expired, has been cancelled, has been suspended, or has been revoked. You need to update or modify the name on your identification card. You owe money to the DMV as a result of a previous transaction. You are a minor under the age of eighteen
- You require a fresh photograph, or you have a profile photograph on your identification card. You have transferred your identification card to another state. We require confirmation of your customer number on file: You have already placed an online request for a replacement today
- You will be needed to produce documentation of your legal presence. You are upgrading to a REAL ID compatible credential
- However, this is not required.
Now is the time to replace If you apply for a replacement license or learner’s permit online, the Department of Motor Vehicles will utilize the photograph from your current identification. You can schedule an appointment and come into one of our customer service locations if you would like a fresh photograph.
Obtaining a Replacement License or Learner’s Permit at a Customer Service Center
For a replacement driver’s license or learner’s permit at one of our customer service facilities, you must meet the following requirements:
- You should schedule an appointment with the DMV customer care office
- To apply for a driver’s license or learner’s permit, fill out the application form (DL1P). If you want to complete the form ahead of time or after visiting a DMV office, you can. When you finish the application form, you will have the option of applying to register to vote, changing your voter registration address, or notifying the DMV of a change of address or name for your convenience. One piece of identification documentation must be shown. In order to get a driver’s license or photo identification card, you must provide one of the documents listed in DMV 141, “Acceptable Documents for Obtaining a Driver’s License or Photo ID Card.”
It will be necessary to submit a fresh photograph.
Replacement License, Permit and State ID Cards
If you are in need of a replacement, you may get one online.
- Be in possession of a valid Class O (car) license, a CDL (commercial driver’s license), a Class M (motorcycle) license, or a state identification card Have not had your name altered after your last driver’s license or state identification card was issued
- Not more than two replacements have been procured in the last five years
- It is possible that further exclusions will apply
- For more information, consult the online FAQs.
You must apply for a Learner’s Permit, School Permit, or Provisional Permit in person at a Driver Licensing Office if you require one of these types of permits.
Get your Replacement at the DMV
You can also obtain a replacement driver’s license at any Driver Licensing Office. A citizen who wishes to apply for a replacement driver’s license, permit, or state identification card must present the following documents: Once your application has been processed, and you have made your fee payment, the County Treasurer or Driver License Service Center will provide you a receipt that is valid for 30 days, along with driving privileges if applicable. Your driving license, permit, or State ID Card will be mailed to you within 14 business days of submitting your application.
Following the issuance of a replacement document, the previously issued document is become null and void and cannot be used as identification.
If a citizen lives outside of Nebraska at the time of application, he or she may be able to get a replacement license, permit, or State ID Card over the mail. Remember that if you need to have a Learner’s Permit, School Permit, Provisional Permit, Commercial License, or Commercial Permit changed, you must go to a Driver Licensing Office in person and submit your application. Those with questions about replacement licenses, permits, or state identification cards should send an email to the address shown below or call the office at (402) 471-3861.
How to Replace a Lost Florida License
While it can be upsetting to not know where your license has gone (or to know precisely where it has gone but be unable to get it back), it is not the end of the world if you cannot find it. Replacing your lost Florida drivers license is a relatively simple procedure that takes only a few minutes. What you need to do is as follows.
Apply for a Replacement
There are two options for replacing a Florida drivers license: you may apply for a replacement Florida drivers license online, or you can go to a local DMV office. In order to obtain a replacement Florida driver license or identification card in person, go to the local driver licensing office and fill out an application for a replacement. In order to do so, you will need to ensure that you have documentation that proves both your identity and your place of residence on hand. But, which documents should you bring with you to the meeting?
Proof of Identity
One of the following papers, either in its original form or a certified copy, will be required:
- Birth certificate from the United States
- A valid passport or passport card from the United States
- Certificate of Naturalization
- Certificate of Citizenship
- Consular Report of Birth Abroad
Proof of Social Security Number
An original of one of the following papers, which must include both your complete name and your Social Security number, will be required to fulfill this requirement:
- SSN, W-2 form (which may or may not be handwritten), SSA-1099, any 1099 that is not handwritten, paycheck or paystub
- Social Security card
Proof of Residential Address
For you to be able to prove your residential address, you will need two separate documents from the list below that clearly reflect your residence address:
- A Florida voter registration card
- A Florida vehicle registration or title
- A deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement, mortgage payment booklet, or a residential rental/lease agreement
- And a Florida driver’s license or identification card. Two documents demonstrating verification from your parent, step-parent, legal guardian, or other person with whom you reside, as well as an affidavit from one of these people
- The following documents are required: Florida boat registration or title (if you reside on a boat/houseboat)
- Automobile payment booklet
- Selective Service card. a medical or health card having your name and address on it W-2 or 1099 tax forms are used. Car insurance policy or law that is currently in effect
Once you’ve acquired all of the necessary documentation, you may travel down to the driver licensing office and submit an application for a new license.
If your license was taken and you filed a police complaint, you will be expected to pay a replacement charge; however, this price will be waived in this situation. Remember to bring a copy of the police report with you to the appointment to apply for a replacement license.
What If I’m Out of State?
If you are temporarily out of state and want a replacement license to be shipped to you, you can buy one either online or through the mail. You will be needed to submit a request for a change of address to your current out-of-state location. When you return to Florida, be sure you update the address to reflect your usual Florida address. Additionally, if you are out of state and would like to wait until you return to Florida before applying for a new license, you can seek a 90-day temporary permit.
- You can reach us by phone at (850) 617-2000. By email
- By writing to:Bureau of Records2900 Apalachee Parkway, MS 92Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0575
- By faxing to:Bureau of Records2900 Apalachee Parkway, MS 92Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0575
Regardless of the method you pick, you will be required to supply your full name, date of birth, Social Security number, out-of-state address, and Florida driving license number, among other information. You will not be required to pay any fees in exchange for the permission. When you return to Florida, all you have to do is go to the driver licensing office and ask to be granted a replacement driving license.
Certain situations need the use of distinct requirements. A driver license application must be submitted in person at a driver license office, for example, if you are an immigrant (you will not be able to apply any other way). You will be needed to pay a $25 charge and to submit documentation of your legal presence in the country. Please keep in mind that if you filed a police complaint for a stolen license, the charge will be waived; all you need to do is bring a copy of the police report with you to the driver licensing office.
Upon receiving your temporary permission, you will also get replacement license instructions and a 90-day extension of time.
Go ahead and apply for a replacement Florida drivers license right now.
Replacing Lost Licenses
For those who have lost, stolen, or damaged their driver’s license, you may be eligible for a replacement on the internet. The expiration date of the original issued license does not alter as a result of obtaining a replacement license. Please see our Online Services menu for information on obtaining a replacement license through the Internet. A replacement may also be obtained by submitting an application in person at any driver service facility. It is only in person at a driver service center that you may apply for a duplicate temporary license or certificate for driving if your temporary license or certificate for driving has been lost, stolen, or otherwise damaged.
You must give the following information:
- Confirmation of evidence of identification is required. and
- Documentation of changes (except than those necessary to repair clerical errors) in the name, date of birth, or gender of a driver’s license, temporary license, or certificate for driving holder
If Your Commercial Driver License is Lost or Stolen
You must give the following information:
- Two proofs of residence in Tennessee
- Confirmation of evidence of identification
- And Documentation of changes (other than those necessary to remedy clerical errors) in a driver’s license, temporary license, or certificate for the driving holder’s name, date of birth, or gender (if applicable).
- A commercial driver’s license (CDL) duplicate costs $12 dollars, and subsequent CDL duplicates cost $16 dollars. The first duplicate costs $8 dollars, and subsequent duplicates cost $12 dollars.
With the exception of temporary licenses, if your lost license will expire within the next 12 months, you may opt to renew it rather than just obtain a duplicate, if the license will expire within the next 12 months.
It is necessary to renew your license if your current license is slated to expire in less than six (6) months. You may discover the driver service center location that is closest to you by visiting ourDriver Service Center Locations page.