Change of Address in Idaho
Continue reading this page for instructions on updating your address with the Idaho Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Change Your Address with the ID DMV
If you move to a new address in Idaho, you must notify the ID DMV within 30 days of your move.
To change your address on your Idaho DMV records you will need to complete an Idaho Change of Address Request (Form ITD 3239). You can either submit the form:
- By mail.
- By fax.
- By email.
- In person.
Contact details can be found on the application form.
This will change your address on your DMV records only. If you'd like an updated ID driver's license/ID card or registration, you'll need to visit your local DMV office in person.
NOTE: If you are temporarily out-of-state, you may be able to request a replacement by mail.
Driver's License/ID Card Address Change
If you'd like an updated Idaho driver's license or identification card showing your new address, you'll need to apply for a duplicate.
You'll need to visit your local ID DMV office in person, submit a completed Internet Application for Replacement Idaho Driver’s License or Identification Card (Form ITD 0020), and pay the required fee.
NOTE: If you're temporarily out of state, you may be able to submit your form and payment by mail.
For more information, visit our following pages:
Car Registration and Title Address Change
Once you've changed your name with the Idaho DMV (see above), you'll be able to request a duplicate registration showing your new address. The process may vary depending on your county.
Visit our Replacing a Registration in Idaho page for more information.
If you'd like a replacement certificate of title that has your new address, you'll need to apply for a duplicate either in person or by mail.
You will need a completed Duplicate Idaho Title Application (Form ITD 3367) and payment for the new title certificate.
For complete instructions, visit our Replacing a Title in Idaho page.
New Idaho Residents
If you've just moved to Idaho, you'll need to take care of a few things with the Idaho Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
If you have an out-of-state driver's license, you'll need to transfer it for an Idaho license within 90 days of moving to the state. If you have a commercial driver's license (CDL), you will only have 30 days to transfer it over.
NOTE: You do not need an ID driver's license if you're only in Idaho temporarily to attend college/university or to fulfill your military obligations.
If you're going to be living in Idaho for at least 90 days continually, you'll need to register your out-of-state car with the ID DMV. This applies only if your ID address is your principal place of residence.
For more information, see our Car Registration page.
Change Your Name in Idaho
If you've changed your name, you'll need to update your Idaho DMV documents. You'll need to provide proof of your name change, such as your marriage certificate or divorce decree, and pay the required fees.
For complete instructions, visit our Changing Your Name in Idaho page.