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Driver’s Licenses & State IDs

Online Services with MyDMV

Many services can be completed quickly and easily online through the State Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles' new MyDMV system, including:

Driver's License

  • Renew Driver's License
  • Replace Driver's License
  • Change License to Non-Driver ID
  • Administrative Hearing Request
  • Clearance Letter
  • Hardship License 
  • Update Emergency Contact
  • Minor Driver License Check
  • Update Social Security Number
  • Check for Citations
  • Driver History Record
  • Sanction Clearance
  • Withdraw Parental Consent

Commercial License

  • Renew CDL
  • Replace CDL
  • Clearance Letter
  • Driver History Record
  • Change CDL to Class E Driver's License
  • Change CDL to Non-Driver ID
  • Sanction Clearance
  • Replace Commercial Learner's Permit

Motor Vehicle

  • Duplication Registration
  • Print Electronic Title
  • Renew Parking Permit

What to Bring

The Federal REAL-ID Act requires original or certified copies of certain documents to renew or obtain a driver’s license or state ID. Specific document requirements may vary depending on the individual.

If You Already Have a Florida Driver’s License or ID

Renew or Replace Your Driver’s License or ID

Customers may visit any of our six Orange County locations to renew or replace their driver’s license or ID, and some customers may renew or replace them online.

Change Your Address or Name on Your Driver’s License or ID

If you change your address or name, you must update both your driver’s license or ID and vehicle registration within 30 days after changing your address or name.

Suspensions, Holds & Violations

Various suspensions and violations, such as parking and toll violations, may place a hold on your driver’s license and registration.

If You Are A New Florida Resident

New Florida residents must obtain a valid Florida driver’s license within 30 days of establishing residency in order to legally drive in Florida.

First Time Drivers

To obtain a Learner’s License, customers must be at least 15-years-old and have an accompanying driver at least 21-years-old occupying the front passenger seat while the licensee is operating the vehicle. To obtain an Intermediate Driver’s License, customers must be at least 16-years-old and have held their Learner’s License for at least one year or until their 18th birthday with no traffic convictions and pass the Road Test.

Commercial Driver’s Licenses

The Hazmat Knowledge Test, TSA Background Check and Livescan fingerprinting are required to obtain a first-time Hazmat Endorsement and for each subsequent renewal.

Driver’s License & ID Fees*

Service Price
Original/Renewal of Class E Driver’s Licenses
Learner’s License
Replacement/Update of Driver’s License
(Replacement/ Update Online at MyDMV)
(Online $27.00)
Original/Renewal/Replacement State ID
(Replacement/ Update Online at MyDMV)
(Online $27.00)
Original/Renewal CDL $81.25
Additional Endorsements on License
(Motorcycle, hazmat, etc.)
$7.00 each
Driver’s License late fee
(Applied the day after expiration)
Three Year Driving Record  $15.00
Seven Year/Complete Driving Record $16.25

*All fees are set by the State of Florida; debit/credit card processing fees apply (2.39%; minimum $2.00).

Driver's Handbook

The Official Florida Driver’s Handbook is produced by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. The guide has the information drivers need to prepare for the Florida Driver License Class E knowledge and skills exams and to help drive safely and lawfully.

Florida Driver’s Handbook | Español | Creole

Florida CDL Handbook | Español

Motorcycle Safety Foundation Rider Handbook

Emergency Contact Information

Emergency Contact Information (ECI) is a secure Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles system that only law enforcement nation-wide can access in order to contact your designated family or friends in response to an emergency situation.