Extensions for Driver’s Licenses, Permits & ID Cards
Effective immediately, the Idaho Transportation Department has extended all Driver’s Licenses, Driver’s Training Permits, Instruction Permits, Commercial Learner’s Permits, Identification Cards, and Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDL) without hazmat endorsements that are expired or will expire between March 1, 2020 and May 31, 2020, to be valid until June 30, 2020. CDL holders will still need to comply with medical certificate requirements to be considered valid.
For CDL holders with a hazmat endorsement or who are not comfortable working with an expired license, the department is working with county DMV offices to setup appointments to allow CDL renewals. Please contact your local DMV office first to see if they have any appointments available.
If your local office is unable to make an appointment for you and you have an immediate need related to your CDL, please call 208-334-8000.
Temporary Expanded Online Services Now Available:
Temporary expanded online services now available here! You may process your duplicate/renewal online if you are between the ages of 17 and 75, for identification cards, driver’s licenses, and commercial driver’s licenses (Hazmat Still Required). If you wish to change your address, need to renew your commercial learning permit or if you are unable to process a duplicate/renewal online, please call 208-334-8736 to process your credential over the telephone with a DMV Agent. For commercial driver’s licenses, refer to the Expanded Emergency Declaration under 49 CFR § 390.23 No. 2020-002 (Relating to COVID-19) for requirement waivers for transporting essential supplies, goods, equipment, and/or persons.