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Driver License Renewal

Our Driver License Renewal Services Keeps You On The Road

In Arizona, Driver License expiration dates vary based on the type of license you hold

  • Standard (Non-Travel) Driver Licenses expire on your 65th birthday and every 5 years thereafter.
  • Travel ID Driver Licenses and Travel State IDs expire every 8 years for individuals under 65 years old and every 5 years for individuals over 65 years old in compliance with the Federal Real ID Act.
  • Foreign US residents and Visa holders have license expiration dates that vary based on their residency length.
  • Arizona Instruction (Learner’s) Permits are valid for 1 year.

Prioritizing your renewal ensures that your driving privileges are not interrupted!

Renew Your Arizona Driver License:

  • Bring a completed Arizona Driver License Application
  • A vision test is required for individuals over 65 years old and those who haven’t updated their driver license photo in the last 12 years.
Statewide, temporary credentials are issued for immediate use until the official ones arrive in the mail.

Schedule an appointment to be prioritized in line and minimize your wait time during peak hours or walk in at your convenience. We’ll get you out the door quickly, too.

Get Your Driver License Renewed Today!

Frequently asked questions

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Standard Driver Licenses in Arizona expire on the license holder’s 65th birthday. After that, they need to be renewed every 5 years.

Your Arizona Driver License’s expiration date is typically determined by the earlier of either your Visa’s expiration date or the end of your authorized stay in the United States. Contact us for further assistance with your identification requirements.

The Arizona Learner’s Permit is valid for 1 year from the date of issuance.

After the renewal process, you will be issued a temporary license to use in the interim. Your new, permanent license will be sent to you in the mail.