Info for Drivers 18 and Older
Go over the steps, paperwork and testing requirements involved in obtaining a brand-new driver’s license. Get a License.
Pass your driver’s license written exam the first time around by practicing with sample multiple-choice tests. Take a test.
Find the easiest way to renew your driver’s license whether it’s expired or quickly approaching expiration. Get up to date.
Obtain the application and determine the replacement fees to obtain a duplicate license. Get a replacement.
Learn how to keep your record clean, check your driving record, obtain a restricted license and reinstate a suspended license. Get the facts.
Obtain the record that covers the status of your driver’s license, the points and the history of traffic tickets and suspensions. Get informed.
Determine how to pay a fine, contest a ticket or sign up for traffic school, or read about points, infractions and the impact on your license. Take care of a ticket.
Sign up for a driving course that could improve your road skills, reduce points on your record and possibly reduce your insurance rate. Enroll in traffic school.
Get first-time registration requirements including smog info, necessary forms and fee calculation. Get registered.
Determine the registration fees and requirements and whether you should renew online, by mail or in person. Get up to date.
Find out how to change ownership whether you paid off your loan or sold, bought, inherited or donated a vehicle. Transfer a title.
Learn how to replace a lost or damaged license plate, or order a disability, disabled veteran, antique, vanity or specialized plate. Get new plates.
Find out the quickest way to update your address with the state agency office. Change your address.
Read how residents of any age can obtain a state-issued ID card. Get an ID.
Save time by making an appointment online or find the address, phone number and hours of the nearest state agency. Get going.
Find defensive driving classes and courses in your state and improve your driving safety. Get started.