Renewing Your CDL in Missouri
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When to Renew
Missouri will send you a postcard reminder before your CDL expires. The postcard will be mailed to the address on your driving record, so be sure to keep your address current with the Department of Revenue's Driver License Bureau. It is still your responsibility to renew your license on time, even if you don't receive the postcard.
The front of the postcard will explain your renewal fees, which are the same as getting a new license:
- $20.00 plus a $2.50 processing fee for a license valid for 3 years
- $40 plus $5 processing fee or a license valid for up to 6 years
You'll be required to take a vision test and a highway sign recognition test when you renew.
If you fail to renew your license before it expires, you must not drive.
How to Renew
If you're ready to renew your CDL, the state of Missouri requires a background check into your driving status. Before issuing a renewal the state will request information from the National Driver Register and the Commercial Driver License Information System (CDLIS). You may also be asked to have a newMedical Examination Report (Form 649-F)
When you renew your Missouri CDL, you'll be required to provide proof of your identity, residency, and legal presence in the United States. This is necessary to comply with Missouri's "Show Me Proof" legislation.
Adding a Hazardous Materials Endorsement
If you're wanting to add or renew a hazardous materials (hazmat) endorsement you must submit an application and fingerprints to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
New Federal Requirements
You must self-certify your type of vehicle operation with the Missouri DOR. This means you must self-certify one of the following driving categories:
- Non-Excepted Interstate
- Excepted Interstate
- Non-Excepted Intrastate
- Excepted Intrastate
If you choose Non-Excepted Interstate, you must provide the DOR with a federal medical certificate.