Driver Licensing Checklist

You must have the following documents with you when you apply and pay for a Missouri driver license, instruction permit, or nondriver identification card.

Click here to view the driver license fee chart.


New Missouri Resident (with an out-of-state driver license or nondriver license)

New Missouri residents with an out-of-state driver license or nondriver license, either valid or expired no more than 184 days, must provide acceptable documents of the following:

If the out-of-state driver license or nondriver license is lost, stolen, or destroyed, you may instead submit a current Clearance Letter from that state.

NOTE: IF you are upgrading your driver license, take the above documents to a MSHP driver examination station when you take the written, vision, road sign recognition, or driving tests.

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New Missouri Instruction Permit or Driver License (first-time driver)

New Missouri residents applying for a instruction permit or driver license must provide acceptable documents of the following:

Driver Examination Record (Form 100) from the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) indicating successful completion of tests (not required for nondriver identification card)

If you are age 15 to age 18, please read the Graduated Driver License Law information.

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Renewal

To renew your driver license or nondriver license, you must present acceptable documents for:

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Duplicate

You may apply and pay for a replacement driver license or nondriver license at any Missouri license office.

For more information, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Still need help? You can also submit your driver licensing questions to our staff by e-mail. Your e-mail will be forwarded to the appropriate area for reply. Some inquiries can be responded to more quickly than others depending on the issue and amount of time needed for research. Please make sure your computer will accept our e-mail response.