An Oregon Driver's License can be renewed in person at the local Driver and Motor Vehicles (DMV) office of the Department of Transportation.
WHEN TO RENEW YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
- Your Oregon driver's license is valid for eight years and will generally expire on your birthday.
- You will receive a license renewal card two months prior to the expiry date.
- If you apply for renewal one year after expiration, you will have to take the knowledge test and the road test all over again.
TO RENEW IN PERSON
You need to bring:
- Valid identification and address proof for renewal.
- Proof of Social Security number and proof of legal presence
- The renewal fee of $34 payable by cash (credit cards or debit cards are not accepted)
- If there is any change in address, proof of residency.
You will be questioned on your general health conditions to make sure of your ability to drive safely. You need to undergo a vision test if you are 50 years or older.
- Note that Oregon does not currently offer driver's license renewal online.
- If you are temporarily out of the State of Oregon, call DMV at (503) 945 5400 and request for a without photo driver license.
- See also Renewing a Commercial Driver's License.
- See also How to Apply for a New License or How to Replace a Lost License.
- See also Registration Renewal.