Oklahoma Drivers License Renewal

Renewing Your Oklahoma DPS Driver’s License

by Zutobi · Updated Jan 06, 2022

Every four years, the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety requires individuals to renew their driver’s license to continue operating motor vehicles in the state.

License holders have a 60-day grace period after their expiration date, allowing them to renew without facing late fees. After two or more years, you will be required to take the written test and road test all over again.

Completing the renewal process is fairly simple, but can be tricky unless you know what to do.

What Documents Are Needed to Renew Your Oklahoma Drivers License?

You’ll need to provide the following:

  • Class D Driver’s License
  • Full name
  • Phone Number
  • Email address
  • Proof of citizenship or legal status in the US
  • Proof of primary and secondary identification
  • Renewal fee

How to Renew an Oklahoma Driver’s License

The Oklahoma DPS allows drivers to renew their licenses in two different ways.

  • In-person
  • By Mail

Online renewals are currently not available in the state.

Renewal In-Person

Renewing your driver’s license in person is very straightforward. US citizens and permanent residents are able to go directly to a Tag agent to complete the process. Resident aliens must present their immigration documents at a Driver License Examiner’s office first.

To renew in person, follow these simple steps.

  1. Visit a Motor License Agent (Tag Agent)
  2. Provide identification documents
  3. Have your picture taken
  4. Pay the associated renewal fee

Renewal By Mail

License renewal by mail is generally only available for drivers who are out-of-state or out of the country. To complete the process by mail, complete the steps outlined below.

  1. Prepare the following documents:
    • Full name and Date of Birth
    • License Number
    • Oklahoma residential address
    • Out of state address
    • Copy of primary identification
    • Copy of secondary identification
    • Renewal fee totaling $38.50, payable to the ‘Department of Public Safety’
  1. Mail the Packet to:

Department of Public Safety

Driver License Services, Renewal by Mail

PO Box 11415

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73136

Renewing an Expired Driver’s License

You can renew your Oklahoma driver’s license if it has expired within the last two years. Drivers are given a 60-day grace period to complete the application without facing late fees for delayed renewal.

If two years have passed, you will have to complete the process of applying for a fresh license (including taking and passing the vision, written knowledge, and driving skills test). Your new, valid license will be sent to the out of state address you list in the application.

Zutobi provides an interactive platform for adults looking to pass the knowledge exam for their Oklahoma driver’s license renewal. We have an easy-to-understand driver’s handbook and online practice tests so you’ll come fully prepared. Furthermore, drivers are recommended to regularly refresh their knowledge of the rules of the road and driving safety practices to stay safe on the roads.

How Much Does It Cost to Renew a Driver’s License in Oklahoma?

At the time of writing, the driver’s license renewal fee in Oklahoma is $38.50. Senior citizens are eligible for reduced fees starting at $21.25 for 62-year olds and decreasing by $4.25 every subsequent year. At age 65, the process is completely free!

Military Driver’s License Renewal

If you are in the military, you have 60 days from the day you are discharged in order to renew your license. You will be asked to present a copy of your discharge in addition to the documents listed in this article.

That’s It!

After reading this article, you should have everything you need to know for a swift trip to the DPS in order to renew your Oklahoma driver’s license. Be sure to follow these instructions precisely to avoid any surprises.

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