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Hawaii License and ID Renewal

Renew Hawaii Driver’s License or ID

Driving in Hawaii requires a valid license and a valid non-driver ID may be required for many other reasons.

Licenses and IDs in Hawaii are now all REAL ID-compliant. If you already obtained a REAL ID, you do NOT need to present documentation when you renew.

Renewal of a Hawaii ID or license requires:

  • Visiting a licensing office.
  • Passing a vision test (for driver’s license renewal). You may present proof you passed an examination from a licensed ophthalmologist or optometrist within the past 6 months if you prefer.
  • Presenting a medical certification (for Class 4 drivers).
  • Providing payment for the renewal fee.

HI License Renewal Fees

License and ID fees in Hawaii vary by county.

In Honolulu and Hawaii county:

  • License renewal (17-24 years old): $20 (valid 4 years).
  • License renewal (25-71 years old): $40 (valid 8 years).
  • License renewal (72 years old and older): $10 (valid 2 years).
  • ID renewal: $40.

In Maui:

  • License renewal (17-24 years old): $40 (valid 4 years).
  • License renewal (25-71 years old): $80 (valid 8 years).
  • License renewal (72 years old and older): $20 (valid 2 years).
  • ID renewal: $80.

In Kau’i:

  • License renewal (16-24 years old): $16 (valid 3 years).
  • License renewal (25-71 years old): $32 (valid 8 years).
  • License renewal (72 years old and older): $8 (valid 2 years).
  • ID renewal: $32.