Change of Address in OklahomaPage Overview
Read this page to find out how to change your address with the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) and OK Tax Commission.
If you’ve recently moved to a new address, you’ll need to notify the OK DPS by mail or online within 10 days to have your driver’s license/ID card record updated.
NOTE: Sending your change of address request will update your OK DPS records only. If you’d like a new OK driver’s license/ID card showing your new address, you’ll need to apply for a replacement. See our following pages for more information:
You can submit your address change request online by visiting the OK DPS website.
NOTE: If you have a commercial driver’s license (CDL), you cannot use the online system. Please visit your local OK DPS office to change your address.
You will need to enter your:
- Date of birth.
- Email address.
To change your address by mail, you will need to write a letter requesting the address change that includes your:
- Date of birth.
- OK driver’s license number/identification card number.
- Previous address. (Include the county.)
- New address. (Include the county.)
Send your request to:
DPS Driver License Services
P. O. Box 11415
Oklahoma City, OK 73136
You can wait until your vehicle registration is due for renewal to have your address changed on your OK Tax Commission records.
If you’d like replacement vehicle documents that have your new address printed, you can order duplicates. See our following pages for instructions:
Contact your local OK motor vehicle office to learn more about changing your address on your vehicle registration.
If you’ve changed your address and would like replacement licensing and registration documents from the OK DPS and Tax Commission, you’ll need to pay the following fees:
- Driver’s license/ID card: $20.
- Duplicate title: $11.
If you’ve moved to Oklahoma from another U.S. state or country, you will need to transfer your out-of-state driver’s license by visiting your local OK DPS office. You will need to submit:
- Proof of your identification.
- Your out-of-state driver’s license.
- Proof of your legal U.S. presence.
If eligible, your written and driving tests may be waived.
The Oklahoma DPS will process your request, and upon approval, will give you a form to take to an Oklahoma tag office where you will pay the appropriate fees and collect your new driver’s license.
See our Applying for a New License page for more information.
If you have a vehicle that is registered in another state, you’ll need to have the registration transferred over to Oklahoma also.
See our Car Registration in OK page for instructions.
If you’ve had a name change, you’ll need to have your driver’s license/ID card and motor vehicle records updated to reflect your new name. You will need to provide proof of your name change and any other required documents and fees to the OK DPS and Tax Commission.
Our Oklahoma Name Change page has all the information you need.
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