Hawaii does not have a statewide DMV; instead there are four counties that have their own drivers license and vehicle registration departments. To locate a Hawaii DMV office in your county, select the DMV closest to you on the map or from the list provided. Find out more about the Hawaii DMV location you have selected by clicking on the name of the office. Payment methods, available services, addresses, telephone numbers and operating hours are all provided.
Note that not all Hawaii DMVs offer the same services. For instance, the Driver License Offices provide drivers services, such as applying for and replacing drivers licenses and IDs. On the other hand, the Vehicle Registration Locations deal with vehicle registration and titling. Also, only certain DMV locations in Hawaii offer residents the chance to apply or renew commercial drivers licenses or take DMV exams. Check from the list of services to see if the Hawaii DMV near you provides the service you require.
Keep in mind that only Kauai County and City and County of Honolulu allow drivers to make an appointment before visiting the HI DMV location. The other two counties do not have an appointment system in place.