Pennsylvania Licenses and ID

In the state of Pennsylvania, the Driver & Vehicle Services (DVS) handles all your licensing and ID needs. Whether you need to apply for a new license, renew or replace an existing one, or change the address or name on your license, the DVS will help you. To get you jump-started on these procedures, invest in our Pennsylvania License Easy Guide, which contains helpful forms and links that will make your DVS experience a breeze. Read more about each service below:

1: Get Started with Online Application Assistance

Online application assistance services in Pennsylvania can facilitate the processes involved in many DOT related services by providing invaluable information and step-by-step instruction on how best to proceed. Whether you are looking to renew, replace or get a new PA driver’s license or ID card, online application assistance services can help with these and many more. Other benefits include one-click access to an entire inventory of official Pennsylvania forms and publications, as well as other useful PA resources.

2: By mail

Some drivers prefer to handle the renewal process by mail, rather than taking advantage of assistance services, visiting the DVS in person, or via available online services. Service by mail is available with limitations. Read below for additional details or visit your local DVS.

3: Via a DVS office

If your specific needs require an in-person visit, most, if not all, driver license services can be handled at your local DVS office. Varying DVS offices sometimes supply different types of services so you will need to check before your visit to make sure the DVS closest to you provides the service you require. In addition, you can call to see if your DVS allows you to make a personal appointment.




Renew License

Ready to renew your Pennsylvania drivers license? We've collected helpful information and links that will make the process a breeze. Read more to get started on renewing your license in the state of Pennsylvania.

Apply for New License

Getting your first drivers license is an exciting venture. However, there are certain procedures, including tests, that you must complete in order to obtain a new Pennsylvania drivers license. Our Pennsylvania License Easy Guide will put you on the right path to obtaining your new license in no time.

Replace License

Should your Pennsylvania drivers license get lost, stolen or destroyed, you must replace it as soon as possible. Luckily, we've gathered all the information and links to help you get a replacement in no time. Read more below to get started on replacing your Pennsylvania drivers license.

Change of Address

If you move in the state of Pennsylvania, you must update your address on your license. The process isn't difficult, and we've made it easy to get this done in a timely manner. Read more below for information on how to complete a change of address on your Pennsylvania drivers license.

Change of Name

If you change your legal name for any reason, you must update your name on your Pennsylvania drivers license. Our Pennsylvania License Easy Guide will help you get started on this process quickly. Read below for how to get started with your change of name process.

Suspended License

Your license can be suspended for any number of reasons. After serving your suspension period, you'll want to reinstate your Pennsylvania drivers license so you can get back on the road again. We've collected helpful information to assist you with reinstating your license as soon as you're eligible.

Identification Cards

Even if you don't want to drive, it is often useful to have some identification in the state of Pennsylvania. Obtaining a state ID card is a great way to do this. We've collected information to help assist you with the application process. Read more to get started.

Motorcycle Endorsements

Pennsylvania is a great place to take your motorcycle out for a spin. However, you'll need to makes sure you have the proper license and/or endorsement to operate your motorcycle. Read more about obtaining motorcycle endorsements in the state of Pennsylvania.