The Missouri Driver License and Nondriver License

Driver License Expiration

Ages 16 - 17

Drivers who are between the ages of 16-17 are issued an intermediate license that expires up to two years* from the date issued. Read more about Graduated Licensing.

Ages 18 - 20

Drivers who are 18-20 years of age receive a 3-year* driver license that expires on the applicant's date of birth in the third year after date of issuance.

Ages 21 - 69

Drivers who are 21-69 years of age receive a 6-year* driver license that expires on the applicant's date of birth in the sixth year after the date of issuance.

Ages 70 and over

Drivers who are ages 70 and over receive a 3-year* driver license that expires on the applicant's date of birth in the third year after date of issuance.

Note: Driver license renewal applicants are required to take a road sign recognition test and vision test.

* Applicants who are not US citizens may receive an expiration date less than the terms noted above, based on the expiration date of the document(s) submitted.

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Nondriver License Expiration

Ages 69 and under

Nondriver license will expire on the applicant's date of birth in the sixth year* after date of issuance.

Ages 70 and over

Applicants age 70 and older are eligible for a nonexpiring* nondriver license.

* Applicants who are not US citizens may receive an expiration date less than the terms noted above, based on the expiration date of the document(s) submitted.

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Replacing a Lost/Stolen/Destroyed Missouri Driver License or Nondriver License

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

You may be required to present acceptable documents for Proof of Name, Date of Birth, and Place of Birth, Proof of Social Security Number, and Proof of Missouri Residential Address.

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Permit/Driver License/Nondriver License Fees ( Fee Chart in PDF Format)

Type of Document Valid
up to 6 months
Valid
up to 1 year
Valid
up to 2 years
Valid
up to 3 years
Valid
up to 6 years
Non-Expiring Duplicate
Instruction Permit
*Class A, B, or C
Minimum age 18
$7.50           $7.50
Class E
Minimum age: 18
  $3.50         $3.50
Class F
Minimum age: 15
  $3.50         $3.50
Class M
Minimum age: 15 1/2
$6.25           $3.50
Class M
Minimum age: 16
$3.50           $3.50
Intermediate License
Class F
Minimum age: 16
    $7.50       $7.50
Driver License
*Class A, B, or C
Minimum age: 18
      $22.50 $45.00   $22.50 - 3 yr
$25.00 - 6 yr
*Class A, B, or C
Age 70 or older with “S” endorsement – Requires annual skills testing for renewal.
  New: $10.00
Renewal: $2.50
        $10.00
Class E
Minimum age: 18
      $17.50 $35.00   $17.50 - 3 yr
$20.00 - 6 yr
*Class E
Age 70 or older with “S” endorsement – Requires annual skills testing for renewal.
  New: $7.50
Renewal: $2.50
        $7.50
Class F
Minimum age: 18
      $10.00 $20.00   $10.00 - 3 yr
$12.50 - 6 yr
Nondriver License
Class ND
No minimum age
      $11.00 $11.00   $11.00
Class ND
Minimum age: 70
          $11.00 $11.00

*Applicable fees for written and road tests are not included.

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New Missouri Driver Licenses and Nondriver Licenses

In December 2012, the Missouri Department of Revenue introduced the latest improvements to driver licenses and nondriver licenses.  These changes protect your identity and help decrease fraud.  The new system means the end of the over-the-counter driver license system that had been in place since the 1990s, and allowed the Department to install substantially more modern technology.

For more information, click on the following links:

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Restrictions

If you have limited driving experience or a medical condition that impairs your ability to drive safely, you may receive a restricted license permitting you to drive only under certain conditions. Those coded restrictions and conditions will be placed on your license. You may be required to take a driving test in order to have a restriction removed from your license.

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Endorsements

Endorsements are just the opposite of restrictions because they qualify you to do things you couldn’t do without the endorsement. The following endorsement is available for your non-commercial (class F, E, or M) Missouri driver license.

Additional endorsements are available if you have a Commercial Driver License (CDL).

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Other Information about the Missouri Driver License

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Still need help? You can also submit your driver licensing questions to our staff by email. Your email 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 email response.