Renewing Your CDL in Oklahoma
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You may renew your Oklahoma commercial driver's license (CDL) before it expires by calling your local tag agent to make an appointment for a renewal.
The application for renewal must be signed in your own handwriting. You may not apply for a CDL renewal by mail; Oklahoma law requires that you appear in person before a Department of Public Safety Examiner in order to renew a Class A, B, or C license. You may also have to get a new Medical Examination Report (Form 649-F) or a medical certificate.
- Class A: $51.50
- Class B: $51.50
- Class C: $41.50
When renewing your CDL in Oklahoma, you will be required to provide:
- 1 document proving identification and citizenship.
- Acceptable identification must show your full name and date of birth.
- 1 document proving residency.
- Must show your name and Oklahoma address.
Acceptable primary identity documents include:
- Certified U.S. birth certificate.
- Valid U.S. passport.
- Certificate of Naturalization.
- Consular Report of Birth Abroad.
- Certificate of Citizenship.
Acceptable documents include (but are not limited to):
- Copy of your income tax return.
- Current deed, mortgage, or lease.
- Business license or sales tax.
- Utility bill from within the last 60 days.
For a full list, please visit the OK DPS website.
You must self-certify your type of vehicle operation with the Oklahoma DPS. 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, in addition to a completed self-certification application, provide the DPS with a federal medical certificate.
Check out Oklahoma's FAQ page for more information.