Is it time for your Missouri driver’s license renewal? It may feel like a complicated process, but it’s not if you know the steps you need to take. We’re here to help you with that.
In this guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know to renew your driver’s license in Missouri.
Your license expiration depends on your age. If you are a temporary resident, these dates could be shorter to reflect the length of your stay.
You can renew up to six months before it expires, and the Missouri Department of Revenue will mail you a reminder to renew to the address on your license.
There is no grace period for Missouri licenses. If you are caught driving with an expired license even a day later, you will be ticketed and fined!
If your license has been expired for over six months, you will also need to take the written test and driving test over again.
You can only renew your Missouri driver’s license in person unless you are out of state AND active military. If you meet these requirements, you can renew your license by mail using form 4317.
Online renewals are NOT available at this point in time.
Follow these steps to successfully renew your license in person.
You can renew a suspended license in Missouri, but you must complete the reinstatement process and pay a reinstatement fee before it is valid for driving.
If your license is revoked, you cannot renew until you complete the reinstatement process and pay the appropriate fees.
That’s everything you need to know about renewing your Missouri driver’s license. We hope this guide has helped you understand the process better.
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