Driver’s License Renewal

A licensee may renew a license by application, furnishing 2 forms of identification, and payment of the required fee.

License fees for non-commercial licenses are reduced for drivers age 62-64 and waived for drivers age 65 and over.

Licensees applying for renewal may be required to take an examination if they have proven accident records or apparent physical defects.

Renewal by mail is only permitted for every other renewal though the OK DPS has authority to develop a procedure for online renewal.

In the event a license is lost or destroyed, a replacement may be obtained by paying the required fee and furnishing 2 forms of identification.

Any person or spouse of a person on active duty or civilian contractor with the U.S. Armed Forces living outside of Oklahoma having a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Oklahoma for the operation of motor vehicles upon the highways of the state shall have, without additional charge, a valid license for the duration of such service or employment and for a period of 60 days from and after the return of the person or spouse of the person to Oklahoma from such service or employment. Does not confer driving privileges in any jurisdictions other than Oklahoma.

Any person or the spouse or dependent of a person who is on active duty with the Armed Forces of the United States or who is currently employed as a civilian contractor with the Armed Forces of the United States living outside of Oklahoma and who has a valid Class D driver license and does not require any material changes may apply for up to 3 consecutive renewals or replacements by mail or online.

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