Skip the Trip! With the updated Florida MyDMV Portal, you can now easily access your driver license and motor vehicle information online, such as:

  • Renew or replace a Florida driver license or ID card, if eligible
  • Renew or replace motor vehicle registration, mobile home or vessel
  • Update automobile insurance information
  • Change your address
  • View pending citations on your record
  • Update your automobile insurance information
  • Update your (ECI) Emergency Contact Information
  • Monitor a minor child, so you may receive notifications of any changes to the child's license or driver status
  • And much, much more

Please note that a non-refundable convenience fee of $2.00 will be added to most transactions made through the MyDMV Portal. Orders cannot be cancelled after they have been placed.

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) is proud to offer a safe and convenient way for customers to do business with the department. Customers have completed millions of transactions through the department’s online site,

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Florida drivers should use caution to ensure they do not fall victim to any irreputable third-party service provider using deception to charge undisclosed or exorbitated fees. When using the official renewal site of FLHSMV, the department charges a $2 convenience fee applied to the total transaction.

Did You Know?

Did you know FLHSMV has expanded its services online available using the MyDMV Portal? In addition to renewing and replacing your license, Florida ID card or registration, there are many other improved features. For example, you can clear most insurance suspensions, pay reinstatement fees, purchase and print your driver record, obtain a clearance letter and subscribe to receive email notifications.

If you want to check your current driver license status, use the Driver License Check link.

Certain Conditions:

You may not use the MyDMV Portal for online Florida driver license renewals, replacements, or address changes if:

  • Your license is currently revoked, suspended or cancelled
  • Your current license states "Valid without Photograph or Signature"
  • You are a CDL license holder
  • Your current license has a C, D, P or S restriction
  • You have previously renewed on-line, by mail or by phone two consecutive times
  • You are a non-U.S. citizen or a non-immigrant
  • Your Florida license expired more than 12 months ago
  • You hold a "Valid in FL Only" license
  • Your license record is flagged as "Wanted"
  • You are a registered sex offender/predator/career offender
  • You failed a vision exam
  • You have pending sanctions on an out of state license
  • You are over 89 years old

You may not use the MyDMV Portal to request original or renewal Florida Identification cards if:

  • You are a non-U.S. citizen or a non-immigrant
  • You hold a "Valid in FL Only" license
  • You are a registered sex offender/predator/career offender
  • Your license record is flagged as "Wanted"
  • Your current license states "Valid without Photograph or Signature"

What To Bring:

  • Proof of lawful presence in the United States
  • Proof of your date of birth
  • Proof of social security number
  • Proof of Florida residency (2 forms required)
  • Payment for REAL ID ($25) plus any additional surcharges and local tax

Looking For The Florida Driver's Handbook?

Get ready to hit the road with confidence! To help you pass your driver's license test and become a safe driver, we've provided a link to the Florida Driver's Handbook in PDF format. All you have to do is click on the link to download the PDF and start studying. With the information provided in the handbook, you'll be well-equipped to pass your test and become a licensed driver in the state of Florida. Don't wait, click the link now to start your journey towards becoming a safe and responsible driver!

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Study Guide Answers: Download

Download: Florida CDL Handbook | Motorcycle Safety Foundation Rider Handbook

Access Online: Motor Vehicle Procedures Manual

Emergency Contact Information: (ECI)

This service enables you to share emergency contact information with law enforcement during an emergency, potentially saving valuable time in the event that family members or other loved ones need to be notified.

To update or to submit your contact information, please visit the Emergency Contact Information page.

ECI is a secure system that only law enforcement nationwide can access in order to contact your designated family or friends in response to an emergency situation.

Florida Department Highway Service Center: Call 850-617-2000

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