DMV Office Finder in Florida
COVID-19 Effects on DHSMV Services
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Florida DHSMV has issued a 30-day extension for all expiring licenses and ID cards and is waiving all late renewal fees during the extension. If possible, residents should use the DMV's online services to complete any relevant transactions. Offices may also have restricted hours or be closed entirely. Follow the DHSMV's recent updates for the latest information.
Florida Office Locations
Your local Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) office can assist you with a number of driver and vehicle-related needs, in person.
To find the nearest FL DHSMV office branch, simply enter your zip code above OR browse our list of Florida counties below.
Florida DHSMV Office Services
The DHSMV Division of Driver Licenses offices provide driver services to help you with things like:
- Applying for a:
- Taking the following exams:
- Written knowledge.
- Road skills.
DHSMV license plate agencies and state tax collectors offices offer vehicle services to assist you with:
Skip the Long Lines
You won't have to spend all day waiting in line at the DHSMV office if you take advantage of time-saving services like:
- Scheduling an appointment ahead of time.
- Online services, which may save you a trip to the DHSMV office altogether.
Third-Party FL Testing Sites
There are several third-party written and road testing sites approved by the FL Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. The DHSMV provides lists of third-party testers for:
Contact the Florida DHSMV
To contact the FL Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles main customer service line by phone, call (850) 617-2000. The phone lines are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you'd like to e-mail the DHSMV, select the office applicable to your needs from the DHSMV's main contact page.