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    Has your driver's license been lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed? If so, you're probably not really in the mood to read this, but you will eventually need to go through the steps to get your replacement driver's license.

    Unfortunately, there are no online facilities for replacing a lost or stolen driver's license in Oklahoma; however, replacement is still a simple process.

    If you are a Class D driver, you must go in person to your local Tag Agent or the Department of Public Safety to get started on your application for a replacement license.

    If you need to replace your commercial driver's license (CDL), refer to Replacing a Lost CDL.

    Not in Oklahoma?

    If you're currently out of the state or country and need to replace your license, you can order a replacement (provided it's not expired) by sending:

    • Your full name.
    • Date of birth.
    • License number.
    • Oklahoma address.
    • Out-of-state address (where the duplicate needs to be mailed).
    • Two forms of identification. Or, if you have a department-generated finger image algorithm on file with the DMV, provide a finger image comparison.
    • A self-addressed stamped envelope.
    • Check or money order to cover the replacement fee, made out to the "Department of Public Safety."

    Mail to:

    • Department of Public Safety
    • Driver License Examining, Renewal By Mail
    • P.O. Box 11415
    • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73136-0415

    Replacement Fee

    There is a $20 fee to replace a lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed Oklahoma driver's license.

    How Damaged is Damaged?

    If any of the information such as name, address, license number, bar code, endorsements, restrictions, date of birth, expiration date, or other pertinent information on your driver's license is no longer legible, you can replace your license.

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