Replacing a Lost LicenseLosing your driver's license, or or worse yet having it stolen, creates a myriad of problems, but it does happen. Let DMV.org help you through the process of getting it replaced.
Many states require you to file a police report if your driver's license has been lost or stolen. Click around DMV.org to learn the requirements for your state.
We've also linked to available online forms for you to complete for a duplicate license. We list all the documentation needed, and let you know how and where to get it done. If your state offers replacements online, we'll let you know. And for many states, we even list the fees for a replacement license.
It is illegal to drive without a driver's license in your possession in all 50 states. Let us inform you of the steps to take in order to get your driver's license back―fast.
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