Getting a Driver's License

If you have never been licensed you must:

PLEASE NOTE - An out of state license is acceptable as a second form of ID, but not as proof of your legal name and date of birth. You will have to provide the legal documents as outlined under Proof of Identity. Visit the National Center for Health Statistics for information on obtaining birth certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce decrees from each state.

If you have a valid out-of-state license you must:

If you have an out-of-state license (expired one year or less) you must:

  • Present acceptable proof of identity and proof of residence
  • Not be canceled, suspended, or revoked in any state
  • Pass a vision examination
  • Pay applicable fees

If you have an out-of-state license (expired more than one year) you must: