Replacing a Lost CDL in Maryland

Go Into an Office

It is important that you head into a full-service Motor Vehicle Administration office as soon as you get back into the state or the moment you figure out the CDL is gone. If the CDL was stolen along with, say, your wallet, then you will {obviously) want to report the incident to the police. However, a police report is not necessary to replace the license.

Documents Needed

  • Acceptable identification showing your age and that you are a Maryland resident. If you are already listed in the database and the address is correct then you do not need to verify your residence.
  • Your Social Security number. This will not be printed on the license.
  • Bring your Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card or the appropriate waiver.

The duplicate CDL fee is $20.

Also see Commercial Drivers,
Applying for a New CDL,
Renewing Your CDL,
Commercial Driver Education, and Commercial Driver FAQs on this site.

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