Replacing a Lost CDL in Oklahoma

You must have a valid commercial driver's license with you to legally operate a commercial vehicle or truck, so it's important to apply for a replacement CDL as soon as possible. Because the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) requires commercial drivers to appear before an examiner for clearance purposes, you can replace your CDL in person only.

Don't forget to take identity theft into consideration; reporting your lost CDL to law enforcement can help fight identity fraud.

How to Replace a Lost CDL in OK

As mentioned above, you can apply for a duplicate CDL in OK in person only; this is because the state requires CDL holders to appear before an examiner for clearance.

To apply for a replacement CDL, visit your local DPS testing facility and present the following documents:

The examiner will verify your documents and send you to a tag agent who will print your duplicate CDL.

Duplicate CDLs cost $25.

NOTE: As mentioned above, the OK DPS issues replacement CDLs in person only. If you're currently out of state, you can contact the DPS with any questions.

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