Florida DMV Locations
The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has four types of locations: Driver License Services Only, Motor Vehicle Services Only, Dual Service Centers and Mobile Offices. Each type of location offers a specific range of services.
For a complete list of all DMV locations in your area, select your county on the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) locations page.
Driver License Services Only
These locations handle driver's licenses, ID cards, license reinstatements, written tests and driving exams.
Motor Vehicle Services Only
These locations provide services related to titles, electronic liens, registration and license plates for vehicles, trailers, vessels and mobile homes. They also provide specialty tags and disabled parking permits.
Dual Service Centers
Dual service locations provide the driver's license and motor vehicle services listed above.
Mobile Offices: Florida Licensing On Wheels (FLOW)
You can visit these special mobile locations to receive a wide range of services, including:
- Renew a driver's license
- Obtain a replacement driver's license
- Change the name or address on a driver's license
- Get an ID card
- Renew your vehicle registration
- Purchase a specialty license plate
Visit the FLHSMV website to view the schedule and location of FLOW mobile units.
Holidays for DMV Locations
Florida DMV offices are closed on the following holidays:
- New Year's Day (January 1)
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Third Monday in January)
- Memorial Day (Last Monday of May)
- Independence Day (July 4)
- Labor Day (First Monday in September)
- Veterans Day (November 11)
- Thanksgiving Day (Fourth Thursday in November)
- Friday after Thanksgiving
- Christmas Day (December 25)
Online DMV Services
In some cases, you can save yourself a trip to the DMV and access certain services online. DMV services that you can complete online include:
Learner's Permit Test
You can take the learner's permit test, also known as the Class E knowledge exam, online using your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Take the online permit test at FirstTimeDriver.com.
Drug, Alcohol and Traffic Awareness (DATA) Course
The DATA course, also known as TLSAE, is a drug and alcohol program that new drivers must complete to obtain a learner's permit. Sign up for the online course at FirstTimeDriver.com.
Florida Driving Records
Florida VIN/Vessel Record
Florida Driver's License or ID Card Services
Replace or renew your driver's license or ID card by visiting the FLHSMV website.
Motor Vehicle, Vessel or Mobile Home Registration
Replace or renew registration for a motor vehicle, vessel or mobile home on the FLHSMV website.
Obtain a paper title on the FLDHSMV website.
Driver's License Check
Check the status of your Florida driver's license on the FLDHSMV website.
You can access certain DMV services using a smartphone app called MyFlorida for FLHSMV. After downloading the app, you can renew your registration or plates if your information has not changed since your last renewal. The MyFlorida app is available on Google Play and the Apple App Store.