DMV Appointments in Oklahoma

You'll spend less time waiting in line now that the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) allows you to schedule certain appointments ahead of time. Keep reading to find out more about the types of appointments you can make, how to make them, and what you should bring when visiting your local DPS office branch.

You should also know that you can avoid a trip to the DPS altogether by using the online services provided by the state. Thanks to the Internet, you can now accomplish many driver and vehicle-related tasks from the comfort of your own home.

Types of Oklahoma DPS Appointments

The OK Department of Public Safety allows you to schedule appointments for visits concerning:

  • Road skills test for:
    • Standard (Class D) driver license.
    • Motorcycle endorsement.
    • Commercial driver's license (CDL).
  • Written test for:
    • Class D learner's permit.
    • Motorcycle license.
  • Standard driver's license:
    • Transfer from out of state.
    • Name change.
    • Replacement.
  • CDL:
    • Add endorsement.
    • Renewal (if expired for more than 30 days).
    • Medical certification update.
  • Apply for new OK identification card.

How to Make an OK DPS Appointment

You can make all the appointment types listed above, except for CDL road testing, using the Oklahoma DPS' Online Scheduler. The online scheduling system charges a nonrefundable fee of $3.75. If you run into problems while scheduling your DPS appointment, call (405) 425-2020 for assistance.

If you'd like to make an appointment for a CDL road skills exam, you'll need to contact the CDL scheduler by phone at (405) 425-2196.

What to Bring to Your OK DPS Appointment

You'll avoid the hassle of having to make a second trip to your local DPS office if you make sure you have all the required materials for your specific type of visit. Our guides outline exactly what you'll need to bring for DPS appointments concerning:

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