Driver license, permit and non-driver ID transactions
- Renew a driver license or non-driver ID card
To renew your driver license, you must have vision test results submitted to the DMV Online Vision Registry or reported by a vision care professional on a Vision Test Report (MV-619).
- Vision Registry Provider Locator
You can search by ZIP Code for businesses enrolled as providers in the DMV Online Vision Registry.
- Replace a driver license, learner permit, or non-driver ID card
Replace a driver license, learner permit or non-driver photo ID card that is lost or damaged.
- Get email and/or text reminders
Sign up to get emails when your license is about to expire.
- My License Status, Renewal and Replacement
Check your driving privileges, points and photo document mailing status, renew your driver license or non-driver photo ID card online and replace your driver license, non-driver photo ID card or learner permit document. To renew your driver license, you must have vision test results submitted to the DMV Online Vision Registry or reported by a vision care professional on a Vision Test Report (MV-619).
- Change the address on your driver license, learner permit or non-driver ID
Update the mailing and residence address on your DMV records.
- Driver license mailing status
Check the mailing status of a driver license, a learner permit, or a photo ID card that you renewed or replaced.
- Get my own driving record (abstract)
Use MyDMV to immediately download, print and save your own certified driving record abstract.
- Monitor my teen driver (TEENS)
TEENS allows the parent or guardian of NYS drivers under age 18 to sign up for email and/or regular mail notifications when moving violation convictions, accidents or driver license suspensions or revocations are entered on the DMV driving record of the minor.
- Restore license after revocation
Request approval to apply for a NYS driver license or to restore your NYS driving privilege (out-of-state driver) after a revocation has been served. You cannot use the transaction if your driver license is suspended only.
- Pay suspension termination fee
Pay the required termination fees for definite driver license suspensions.
- Pay driver responsibility assessment
Pay the required driver responsibility assessment.
- Pay driver civil penalties
Pay civil penalties required to be paid before you can apply for a new NYS driver license or driving privileges after a revocation or a Zero Tolerance Law suspension.