Forms in Missouri
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For your convenience, the Missouri Department of Revenue Customer Services Division has made a number of its most popular forms available online. However, many multipart forms and/or specialty forms are not yet available for download. In this case, you'll need to either make a trip to your nearest driver's license station or fill out an online request to have the appropriate form mailed to you.
Some of the many forms you'll find on the Missouri DOR website include:
- Mail-in License Application (for active duty military and dependents only)
In addition to the forms mentioned above, the Missouri DOR also publishes
manuals for people who need to complete the written exam to receive driver's licenses, motorcycle licenses, CDLs, or school bus endorsements.
Missouri also offers several pamphlets online:
- How to Report an Unsafe Driver in Missouri (for the general public)
Like many other businesses, organizations, and governmental agencies, the Missouri DOR posts its online forms as Adobe PDF files. This popular document format makes it easy to electronically distribute copies of brochures, license applications, and other important forms. Documents distributed as Adobe PDF files retain the same formatting as their traditional printed counterparts.
To download and print an Adobe PDF form from the Missouri DOR website, you'll need to use the Adobe Reader software. This software comes pre-installed on most computers, but it's also available as a free download on the Adobe website.
As some Adobe PDF forms can be quite large, a high speed Internet connection is recommended. If you are unable to access the appropriate form, please call your nearest driver's license office for additional information.
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