Changing Your Address in Oklahoma
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Be sure to change your address with the Department of Public Safety (DPS) within 10 days of the move.
Just stop by your local tag agent and supply the agency with your new address. Your updated information will be entered into the state's computer system for free.
Or, send your change of address information to:
- Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
- P. O. Box 11415
- Oklahoma City, OK 73136-0415
Or, better yet, save time by submitting your address change online.
To change your information on your driver's license, see the Replacement License section below.
If you change you name due to marriage or other reason, you must notify the DPS within 10 days of the change. You must also present in person to your local tag agent with a certified copy of the name change document; either a marriage certificate or the court order for the change of name.
If you do not notify the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety or your local tag agent of a name and/or address change within 10 days of the change, it could result in the suspension of your driver's license. And what's worse is that you may not even be aware of the suspension if there is no way for the Department to notify you!
A replacement license is not required for an address change; however, if you would like your driver's license to be printed with your new address, you must apply for a replacement license
The fee to replace a driver's license due to a name or address change is $10.
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- DMV New Resident Checklist
- Forms and Publications for New Residents
- Moving and Need to Change Your Address? Use This Address Change Checklist!
- Change of Address on Vehicle Registration and Titles
- Learn How to Change Your Address on Your Drivers License
- How to Notify the DMV of Your Address Change
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