Driver Licenses & Identification Cards
Driving Test Appointments
*Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we are currently only conducting road tests at our Tradition office by appointment only.
For a step-by-step tutorial on how to schedule your road test appointment online, watch this quick video from our How-to Video series.
- Download the latest driver’s handbook
New Florida Residents
REAL Identification Card Compliant
Starting October 1, 2020, all United States adults - including Floridians - will need to present a REAL ID-compliant license or another acceptable form of identification for domestic air travel.
Not sure if your ID is REAL ID compliant? If you have a gold star on your driver license or identification card, you’re good to go.
If your ID is not REAL ID compliant, you must visit a Tax Collector’s office in person to obtain a REAL ID. You cannot upgrade to a REAL ID online. If your driver license is valid and unexpired, it will remain valid for driving purposes until the expiration date. View a checklist of required documents (PDF) to obtain a REAL ID.
Changing Your Name
If you have legally changed your name by marriage or court order, you must submit a copy of your marriage certificate(s) or court order(s). You must show documentation of all name changes. Please remember to update your records with the Social Security Administration at least 24 hours before visiting our office for a name change on your driver license.
Applicants Under 18
Warning: Drivers under 18 years of age will need to download, complete and print the parent consent forms below. They must meet the listed criteria before they are eligible to apply for a Class E license. Drivers under 18 years of age will need to download, complete and print the following parent consent forms:
- Certification of Driving Experience of a Minor (PDF)
- Parental Consent for a Driver Application of a Minor (PDF)
You must bring original documents that prove your identity, your social security number and your residential address if:
- You are applying for your first driver license or ID card.
- You have changed your name since your last renewal.
- Your current credential expires and you have already used the one-time convenience renewal option.
Renewal By Mail
If none of these apply to you, you can renew your license by mail or via the Go Renew website. We offer driver license services at all three office locations, with driving tests available at the Fort Pierce and Tradition offices.