Make a Florida DHSMV Appointment

Schedule or cancel your Florida DMV appointment online by using the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ On-line Appointment Service and Information System (OASIS).

Use this link to schedule FL DMV appointments for the following counties:

  • Broward.
  • Volusia.
  • Miami-Dade.
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Going to DHSMV in Person

Making an appointment with the DHSMV ensures you will spend as little time in the office as possible. You can schedule a Florida DMV appointment for many reasons, including:

  • Applying for a license, learner’s permit, or ID card.
  • Renewing your license.
  • Taking a driving test.
  • Changing the name on your license.

However, many common tasks DO NOT require an in-person visit to your local field office and can be performed online.

Florida DHSMV Online Services

Save a trip by completing the following DMV errands online:

  • Renew or replace your vehicle registration.
    • You can also do this from your cell phone using the MyFlorida app, available through iTunes and GooglePlay.
  • Renew or replace your Florida driver’s license.
  • Request a vehicle title.
  • Change the address on your license.

Best Times to Visit a FLHSMV Office

If you can’t make a Florida DMV appointment or complete your task online, you can still save time by timing your visit when it is least crowded.

As a general rule, the:

  • Middle of the week is less crowded than Mondays and Fridays.
  • Lunch hours are the busiest, since that is when many employees take their breaks.
  • Days before or after holidays are especially crowded.
  • DMV will not issue tests past a certain point in the evening -- get there early to ensure you can complete your transaction before the office closes.

Before you visit a FLHSMV office, be sure to verify that the location is capable of processing your request. There are 3 types of offices:

  • Driver License (DL) services only centers, which handle requests such as processing ID cards, issuing knowledge and driving skills tests, etc.
  • Motor Vehicle (MV) services only centers, which handle requests like vehicle registration and titling, disability parking placards, license plates, etc.
  • Dual service centers, which can perform all DMV-related tasks.