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Replace a Driver's License

As it pertains to your driver's license, it's vital that a driver keeps his or her credentials up-to-date. If you recently lost your license to drive, you must take the proper steps to replace it.

Report a Stolen Drivers License

Although you may have lost your driving license in an innocuous manner, it is important to eliminate the chances of identity fraud. Therefore, be sure to report the loss of your drivers license to law enforcement.

Your driver's license is directly attached to your driving record, which means that any fine, traffic citation or worse can be applied to your record. In the event that your drivers license was stolen, you can eliminate the possibility of being held liable for the actions of others. When you make your visit, get a copy of the police report to take with you when you go in person to replace drivers licenses.

Replace a Drivers License in Person

Having a lost drivers license or stolen drivers license are the most common reasons for license replacement. However, if your license is damaged beyond legibility, you will also have to replace it.

Fortunately, replacing your license is a simple process: If you have a driver's license, a non-driver ID, or a teen or adult learner's permit, head over to a DMV Hub Office or AAA location to replace it. If you have a commercial driver's license, commercial driver instruction permit (CDIPS) or motorcycle learner's permit, then you must go to a DMV office.

When you go in person to renew a driver's license, you will need to bring one acceptable form of identification. Because your information and photo is already in the CT DMV system, a driver may choose a document from either the primary or secondary ID lists. Just be sure that the document you bring is the original. No certified copies will be accepted.

Acceptable primary documents to bring to the DMV for drivers license replacement include:

If you are U.S.-born:

If you are non-U.S.-born:

Secondary document list for proof of ID when replacing a CT drivers license:

The fees associated with CT drivers license replacements are:

The CT DMV and AAA accept the following forms of payment: cash, check, money order, bank check, debit card or credit card.