Change of Address in WyomingPage Overview
Continue reading this page to find out how to change your address with the Wyoming Department of Transportation (DOT).
If you’ve changed your address in Wyoming, you must notify the DOT within 10 days. You will be able to update your driver record by mail, but if you’d like a replacement driver’s license/ID card, you’ll need to apply for a duplicate in person. (See our Replacing a Driver’s License or Identification Cards pages for more information.)
To update your driver’s license/ID record in Wyoming, complete the Notice of Change of Address (Form FSDL-753) and either:
Wyoming Department of Transportation
- Fax it to (307) 777-3823.
- Mail it to:
- Take it in person to your local WY DOT office.
5300 Bishop Blvd
Cheyenne, WY 82009
To change your address on your motor vehicle records and documents, contact your local Wyoming DOT office. The procedure may vary depending on your county.
NOTE: You may need to show proof of your new address.
If you’d like updated motor vehicle documents showing your new address, you’ll need to order replacements. See our following pages for more information:
If you’d like updated Wyoming DOT documents that show your new address, you will need to pay a fee:
- Driver’s license: $15.
- Commercial driver’s license (CDL): $20.
- ID card: $10.
- Registration or certificate of title: Contact your local WY county clerk.
For accepted payment methods, please contact the Wyoming DOT directly.
If you’ve recently moved to Wyoming from another state, you have 1 year to transfer your out-of-state driver’s license to the WY DOT, unless you have a driver’s license from:
If you hold a driver’s license from any of the above states, or you have a CDL, you must obtain a WY driver’s license/CDL once you’ve become a Wyoming resident.
For more information, please see our following pages:
- Applying for a Driver’s License (Drivers 18+)
- Applying for a New Teen License
- Applying for a New CDL
Once you’re a Wyoming resident, you’ll also need to register any motor vehicles with the DOT that you’ve brought from out of state. See our Car Registration page for instructions.
If you’ve changed your name, you’ll need to update your driver and motor vehicle records in person at your local WY DOT office. You will need to show proof of your name change (e.g. court order, marriage certificate, divorce decree) and submit payment for replacement documents.
For more information, please see our Changing Your Name in Wyoming page.
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