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Driver License

Renewals & Replacements


If you already have an Oklahoma Driver License, you can renew or replace it online or in person at a Licensed Operator, or a  Service Oklahoma Licensing Office.
 

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Options to Renew or Replace a Driver License

There are 3 ways to apply for a driver license renewal or replacement: online, at a Licensed Operator, or at a Service Oklahoma Licensing Office. We encourage applicants who are eligible to use our online renewal service or Licensed Operator options.


Eligibility

Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

You're a US citizen or permanent resident
You currently have a valid Oklahoma address

Your Driver License is not currently suspended
Your Oklahoma Driver License is valid or has not been expired for more than 1 year

You are not adding a REAL ID credential to your License for the first time

Note

If your current Driver License already has the REAL ID credential, it will automatically be added to your License upon renewal. Visit a Service Oklahoma or Licensed Operator to upgrade your license to a REAL ID. Learn more about REAL ID here.


You're NOT eligible if:

  • Your driver license has been expired for more than 1 year
  • You need to change your name or other personal information outside of your address
  • You do not have a valid Oklahoma address
  • Your license is suspended
  • You are renewing a commercial driver license
  • You are a first-time REAL ID applicant


How to Start


To start your online renewal/replacement, you will need to have the following readily available:

  • Photo of an accepted primary ID
  • Photo of yourself, taken within the last 6 months
  • Debit or credit card
  • Social Security number
  • Driver license number

Renew or replace your license using the online portal


Receive your card in the mail

Options for alternate mailing addresses are available. You should expect to receive your license within 30 days.



Eligibility

You can go to any Licensed Operator to renew your driver license if you are renewing a Class D driver license.

Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

You're a US citizen or permanent resident
You currently have a valid Oklahoma address

Additionally, you must meet either one of the following requirements: 

If your license is current or has not been expired for more than 1 year

 

You must be a US citizen or permanent resident.

If your license has been expired for more than 1 year, but less than 3 years
 

You must be a US citizen with a state-issued birth certificate.

 

You're NOT eligible if:

  • If you are in this country on immigration documents (with exception of the Permanent Resident card), you must take your license, along with your immigration documents, to a drive test site to initiate the renewal.


How to Start


Bring the following documents to your appointment:

  • Current driver license - For licenses that are valid or have been expired for less than 1 year, the only documentation that you need is your current driver license.
  • Accepted primary ID - If you are replacing a lost/stolen/damaged license, you will need to bring in an accepted Primary ID.
  • State-issued birth certificate or valid U.S. passport - For licenses that have been expired for more than 1 year, you will need to bring a state-issued birth certificate or a valid U.S. passport. No other form of identification will be accepted. Photo copies of documents are not accepted.
  • Name Change Document (if applicable) - If the last name to be entered on the Oklahoma License is different from the name on the Primary ID, the applicant must bring in a document showing a legal name change.

Note
If you do not have an acceptable form of Primary identification, your nearest Licensed Operator may be able to verify your identification through fingerprint scanning.


Visit an approved Licensed Operator

Please call the Licensed Operator in advance to verify an appointment or walk-in availability.



Eligibility

If you are not eligible or do not wish to renew your license online or at a Licensed Operator, you can visit a Service Oklahoma Licensing Office in-person.

Additionally, you must meet all of the following requirements:

Your license has not been expired for more than 3 years

If your license has been expired for more than 3 years, you will have to retest. Click here to see information on getting a new license.

Your license is not suspended

If your license is suspended, please visit the Reinstatements Page for more information.

You currently have a valid Oklahoma address



How to Start


Bring the following documents to your appointment:

 
  • One primary ID - click here for a list of acceptable documents.

  • State-issued birth certificate or valid U.S. passport - For licenses that have been expired for more than 1 year, you will need to bring a state-issued birth certificate or a valid U.S. passport. No other form of identification will be accepted.

  • Name Change Document (if applicable) - If the last name to be entered on the Oklahoma License is different from the name on the Primary ID, the applicant must bring in a document showing a legal name change.

Visit a Service Oklahoma Licensing Office

Many Service Oklahoma Licensing Office locations provide walk-in services. However, most have limited walk-in availability. Therefore, we strongly recommend making an appointment online.


Fees

4-year credential option

  • Renewal: $38.50
  • Replace: $25.00

8-year credential option

  • Renewal: $77.00
  • Replace: $25.00

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Are You REAL ID Ready?

Beginning May 7, 2025, a REAL ID compliant Driver License or ID card, or a valid federal identification document (i.e. US Passport) will be required for you to fly within the U.S. or visit a federal facility.


Frequently Asked Questions

You can renew your license up to a year in advance. Your renewed license will become active the day following your original expiration date (so there is no downside to renewing early). We recommend renewing your license at least 60 days before the expiration date.

Please allow up to 30 days to receive your License.

NOTE: If you have recently moved locations or have changed your inbound mailing address to a PO Box, please contact your local United States Postal Service to update your postal address.

 

If you have not received your ID within 30 days, please reach out by calling us at (405) 522-7000 and have the following information readily available:

  • First and Last name

  • Date of Birth of the applicant

  • License/ID number

  • For online applications, Submit ID

For more information and you require further assistance, find a location near you by visiting Service Oklahoma's Locations page.

No, there is no temporary license issued when applying for a Driver License Replacement or Renewal online. It is recommended that you print out the confirmation email you received when you applied and carry that along with your expired ID (if applicable).

If a Physical Temporary Driver License/ID is needed, please apply for a renewal in person. You can find a location near you by clicking here.

You cannot use a PO box as the address for your residence which appears on the Driver License/ID. However, a Driver License/ID can be mailed to a PO box if that is not the primary residential address entered on the application for the Driver License/ID.

Note: The only exception to this regulation is if you are an Address Confidentiality Program participant.

Yes, if your online renewal or replacement has been denied, you will receive a refund for the credential fee, less the credit card processing fee. Please note, a credit card refund may take up to 10 business days to reflect on your statement.

To update your mailing address online, click here to utilize our Address Change Form here.




Resources


Change your Driver License Address

You can change your address online by requesting a duplicate and have a new credential mailed to you.

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Real ID Checklist


See the required documents needed to add a Real ID credential to your Class D License

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