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Renew a Missouri License or ID

Missouri License or ID Renewal

You can renew a Missouri license or ID up to 6 months before or after expiration (without having to retake the license test).

NOTE: The documents needed to obtain a REAL ID are different than for a standard license or ID.

To renew a Missouri license or identification card, you must visit your local driver licensing office and provide your:

  • Proof of identity. This may include your:
    • U.S. passport.
    • U.S. birth certificate.
    • Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization.
  • Proof of lawful status. This may include your:
    • U.S. birth certificate.
    • U.S. passport or passport card.
    • U.S. birth abroad certificate.
  • Proof of social security. This may include your:
    • Social security card.
    • W-2 or 1099 tax form.
    • Paystub containing full name and social security number (SSN).
  • Proof of Missouri residency. This may include your:
    • Utility bill.
    • Voter registration card.
    • Property tax receipt.
  • Payment for the applicable renewal fee. 

The Department of Revenue (DOR) provides a complete list of accepted documents.

MO License and ID Renewal Fees

License or ID fees are based on how long the card is valid, which is determined by age:

  • Class A, B, or C (18 to 20 years OR 70 years old and older): $26 (valid 3 years).
  • Class A, B, or C (70 years old with an “S” endorsement): $6 (valid 1 year and requires a skills test to renew).
  • Class A, B, or C (21 to 69 years old): $52 (valid 6 years).
  • Class E (18 to 20 years old OR 70 years old and older): $21 (valid 3 years).
  • Class E (70 years old with an “S” endorsement): $6 (valid 1 year and requires a skills test to renew).
  • Class F (18 to 20 years old OR 70 years old and older): $13.50 (valid 3 years).
  • Class F (21 years to 69 years old): $27 (valid 6 years).
  • Non-driver ID (up to 69 years old): $18 (valid 6 years).
  • Non-driver ID (70 years and older): $12 (non-expiring).