Government, Oregon, Transportation

Oregon DMV to launch online license renewals

Photo courtesy of ODOT

The Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles issued a news release that says as early as May 5 many Oregonians will be able to go online to renew their driver’s licenses, permits, and identification cards.

Other credentials available to renew online are commercial driver licenses (CDL), instruction permits, motorcycle instruction permits, restricted moped-only licenses, and disability golf cart driver permits. 

Online renewal also requires a person’s credentials to be within 12 months of its expiration date, that the individual’s driver license is not suspended, and that they completed their previous renewal at an Oregon DMV office. 

“We hope that people will consider renewing online instead . . .

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