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The Illinois Secretary of State oversees the functions of

  • Illinois Driver's licenses
  • Illinois Driver's license Renewals
  • Illinois ID Cards
  • Illinois License Plates
  • Illinois Permits
  • Illinois Titles
  • Illinois Vehicle Registrations

Learn How to Make an appointment with the Illinois SOS.

Recent SOS Reviews

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danmcgladdery
LOMBARD DMV HAS THE RUDEST, UNKIND, AND AROGANT PEOPLE WORKING AT THE ENTRANCE I HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED IN MY 55 YEARS OF GOING THERE. I AM 71 YEARS OLD AND WHEN I TRIED TO ENTER FROM THE 15° WEATHER I WAS PUSHED BACK OUTSIDE AND TOLD I NEEDED AN APPOINTMENT. WHEN I ASKED FOR HELP THEY WERE RUDE AND THEY SAID "NO, GO ONLINE FOR HELP". MY WIFE AND I HAD THE DOOR SLAMMED IN OUT FACE. IN CONTRAST WE DROVE TO NAPERVILLE WHICH WAS THE COMPLETE OPPOSITE. THE EMPLOYEES WERE KIND, CONSIDERATE, AND VERY HELPFUL. THEY LET US ENTER THE FACILITY WITH NO VERBAL OR PHYSICAL ASSUALT THAT WE EXPERIENCED IN LOMBARD. THANK YOU NAPERVILLE, I HAVE MY FAITH RESTORED FROM THE RUDENESS WE HAD IN LOMBARD(THEY SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THE WAY THEY TREATED US.
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reediculous
This place truly SUCKS! Go to Chadwick or Dixon if you wanted to be treated decently!
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DMV Customer
The people working there were unnecessarily rude to individuals coming in for services. Making loud, disrespectful comments to patrons is ridiculous and unacceptable. I would suggest sending in a secret shopper to see how the general public is treated.
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thomasharvey
Went to the Rantoul DMV 10/19/23 to take CDL Driving Skills test. I hadn't tested for a CDL license in quite some time so I studied pretty hard in advance. My Examiner (Shawn) was thorough and very professional but still managed to put me at ease. She was very clear in her instructions and patiently answered my questions. I am pleased to say I passed the exam and at the same time had a good experience.

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Illinois DMV Appointments: How to Schedule, What Else to Know

Illinois DMV Appointments are available online and can be made up to two months in advance. The earliest available appointment is generally two weeks out. You will need to provide your name, address, date of birth, driver's license number, and the last four digits of your Social Security number. You...