DMV Office Finder in Idaho
COVID-19 Effects on Licensing & Registration Services
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, state DMVs nationwide have closed office locations, extended license and registration expiration dates, and/or limited the transactions they are processing. If possible, residents should use the DMV's online services to complete any relevant transactions. Follow the DOT's recent updates for the latest information.
Idaho DMV Office Locations
In Idaho, the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) oversees all of the state's driver and vehicle services. The DMV office branches you'll have to visit will differ depending on the services you need:
- Driver services: County sheriff's driver's license office.
- Vehicle services: County assessor's motor vehicle office.
To find the driver license and motor vehicle offices closest to you, simply enter your zip code above OR choose your Idaho county of residence below.
Idaho DMV Office Services
Your local Idaho DMV office branch provides services to assist you with tasks including (but not limited to):
- Driver licensing offices:
- State ID card application.
- Motor vehicle offices:
Skip the Lines—Stay Online or Make an Appointment
You may be able to save some time in line, or avoid a trip to the DMV office altogether, by taking advantage of the following services:
- Schedule an appointment ahead of time, and jump past everyone waiting on stand-by.
- Use the online services provided by the ID Division of Motor Vehicles AND third-party vendors.
ID Road Skills Testing Locations
In Idaho, all road skills licensing exams are administered by certified testers, and are NOT given at DMV office branch locations. The Division of Motor Vehicles provides periodically updated lists of certified road testers for the following license types:
- Standard driver's licenses.
- Motorcycle licenses.
- Commercial driver licenses.
To find out who's administering road skills test near you, take a look at the Skills Testers section under the Idaho DMV's driver's license and ID cards information tab.
Emissions Testing Sites in Idaho
Idaho requires certain vehicles to undergo emissions inspections before being registered in the state. To find out if you'll have to get your car tested, check out our guide on smog inspections in Idaho.
If you do end up having to get your vehicle inspected, refer to the list of approved test stations provided by the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.
Idaho DMV Contact Information
If you'd like to contact the ID Division of Motor Vehicles' main office by phone, call the number best applicable to your needs on their status request webpage.
For all other types of communication, please refer to the address and phone number of your local DMV office branch—check out the list below for your county.