Driver’s License Services

Renew Driver's License Online

Our offices provide the following services:

  • Original Florida Driver Licenses/ID Cards
  • Renewal of Florida Driver Licenses/ID Cards
  • Replacement Florida Driver Licenses/ID Cards
  • Learners Permit Written Exams
  • Driving Test
  • Reinstatements
  • CDL Written Exams
  • Medical Driving Test

An appointment is required for All Driving Tests
Sebring Office: Monday - Friday
Lake Placid Office: Tuesday
Avon Park Office: Thursday
Note: Medical & Translator Driving Tests are only conducted in the Sebring Office.


For information on what to bring into our office to get your Driver License please visit the What To Bring page of the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles website.


Original/ Renewal Class E (including Learner’s License)


Original/ Renewal CDL


Original/ Renewal ID Cards






Delinquent Fee (excluding weekends & Holidays)


Knowledge Re-Exam


Driving Skills Re-Exam


*If the Hazmat Endorsement is on your CDL license, there will be an additional $91.00 background check fee in addition to the CDL License fee.

Renewal Periods

For those U.S. Citizens and Immigrants with Permanent Legal Presence, the valid length of a Driver License or ID Card is as follows:

  • Class E Driver Licenses will be valid for 8 years
  • Class A, B, or C (CDL) Driver Licenses will be valid for 8 years
  • Licenses with a Hazardous Materials Endorsement will only be valid for 4 years
  • All Licenses for Customers 80 years of age and older will only be valid for 6 years
  • ID Cards for Children ages 5 to 14 years of age will be valid for 4 years
  • ID Cards for Customers ages 15 years of age and older will be valid for 8 years
  • Non-immigrant Driver License or ID Cards are valid for 1 year or until the expiration of their immigration documents, whichever comes first.

Effective February 15, 2021
You will be required to retake the Class E Knowledge Exam If:

  • You downgraded from a Class E license to an ID card and the driver license on record has been expired for one year or more.
  • Your Florida Class E license has expired, and you did not apply to renew the Florida driver license within the one-year delinquent renewal period.
  • You are applying for an original Florida Class E license and your out-of-state driver license has been expired for one year or more.
  • You completed the Class E knowledge exam and did not obtain your Class E driver license within one year of the exam pass date.
Driving Test Appointment

Motorist Services

Driving tests are provided in all of our offices.

Schedule a Driving Test Appointment