Requirements vary depending on age and driving experience. The categories below will provide details on which type of license or ID to apply for.
The Graduated Driver License (GDL) program is designed for teen drivers under 18 to gain experience behind the wheel. The program phases in driving privileges for new teen drivers through a Learner Permit and an Intermediate License.
An Oklahoma Class D Driver License is available to adults over 18 that pass their written, vision, and drive tests. A Class D License provides standard driving privileges.
An Oklahoma ID card is used primarily as a proof of identity, but does not provide driving privileges.
To operate a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle, you need to have an "L" endorsement on your current Oklahoma Driver License. If you do not have a current Oklahoma Driver License, you will have to apply for a Motorcycle Permit before receiving a motorcycle restricted license.
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You may make edits to your upcoming appointment to reschedule the date or time. Please note that if an appointment is cancelled (not rescheduled) you will not receive a refund for the original appointment.
Due to a high volume of requests recently, please allow up to 60 days after your submission to receive your license in the mail.
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To receive a refund, please reach out to DLrenewal@dps.ok.gov with your query and include the following details in your email:
First and Last name
Date of Birth OR License/ID number
The FS-Case Number (Not the profile number) which can be found at my.ok.gov
Note: Please be aware it can take up to 6 weeks from the time you receive the refund confirmation email for the refund to be fully processed.
Yes, you can hold both an Oklahoma State ID card and an Oklahoma Driver License. A State ID card serves solely as a form of identification and does not offer driving privileges.
Oklahoma accepts valid and current international Driver Permits and Licenses if you are temporarily traveling through the state. However, if you intend to permanently reside in Oklahoma from another country, Oklahoma does not recognize international licenses or permits. To learn more about applying for an Oklahoma license, click on the type of license you are applying for above, and follow the steps.
To obtain an Oklahoma license, you will need to present proof of lawful presence in the U.S. Learn more about the documents you will need by clicking here.