How to Replace a Lost Oklahoma Driver’s License

You can replace your Oklahoma driver’s license in person or online with a quick form and a one-time payment of $25.
Written by Joshua Levy
Reviewed by Jessica Barrett
Losing your license can feel like a big deal, which is why
Oklahoma
has made the replacement process so easy! All you need to do is go to your local DPS office and provide them with two forms of ID and pay a $25 fee.
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How to replace a lost driver’s license in Oklahoma

Whether your wallet was stolen or you accidentally left your license somewhere, you can replace an
Oklahoma driver’s license
relatively quickly. Here is everything you need to know about replacing your license in Oklahoma. 

Replacing a lost Oklahoma license online

Many states have implemented online or mail processes to help drivers replace lost licenses. Unfortunately, Oklahoma does not have any remote license replacement options. 
To replace an Oklahoma driver’s license, you’ll need to go in person to a local DPS branch.

Replacing a lost Oklahoma license in person

Since Oklahoma doesn’t have any online or mail-in options for replacing your license, you’ll need to make an appointment at a local DPS office to replace your license. When it’s time for your appointment, be sure to bring two of the following forms of ID:
  • Certified birth certificate 
  • U.S. passport
  • Citizenship or naturalization documents
  • School or employer ID card
If you’re missing some of these documents, go to the DPS website and check for any
additional identifying documents
you can bring.
Once you’ve provided the DPS with proof of identification, you’ll be required to pay a $25 license fee. But after that, you’re done! 
From there, you can simply sit back and wait for your new license to arrive by mail. Unfortunately, license deliveries take a few weeks, so you won’t be able to get back on the road straight away.

What if you lose your Oklahoma license out of state?

Let’s say you lose your license while out of state. You can’t go into the DPS in person, so what do you do? 
Oklahoma will allow you to replace a license by mail if you’re away when you lose it. Simply send the following to the DPS to replace your license while in another state:
  • Two certified copies of official identification from the list above
  • Check or money order to the Department of Public Safety for $10
Once you’ve gathered all your documents, pack them in an envelope and send them to the following address: 
Department of Public Safety Driver License Examining, Renewal By Mail PO Box 11415 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73136
Once the DPS receives your application for a new license, you should expect your replacement within a few weeks. 
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