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To schedule an appointment, please call your nearest Driver’s License office or email [email protected] for Hilo, Waimea, Pahoa or Na`alehu or email [email protected] for Kailua-Kona. Return to Top Duplicate License Requirements You may apply for a duplicate license if you are changing your name or address; do not have your license in your possession (lost/stolen) or your license is damaged.
You must present your driver license, if you do not have your license in your possession, you must provide (2) identifiable documents (i.e. social security card and birth certificate). Complete driver license application for duplicate license For name changes, present acceptable documents for name change (certified marriage certificate, certified divorce decree, certified name change document) For change of address, present two (2) acceptable documents addressed to you at your new address (If your post office box is your mailing address, you must also bring in a document with your physical address listed).
Your original license expiration date will remain the same. If you are eligible for a license renewal (six months prior to expiration) we recommend you apply for a license renewal instead of a duplicate license. See the “Acceptable Document List” for a listing of all acceptable documents. Return to Top Renewing License While Out of State You may renew your Hawai‘i driver’s license while out of state.
To renew by mail, you must send a request to renew by mail. Your request must contain the following information: Your name as it appears on your current driver’s license; Your social security number or driver’s license number; Your date of birth; A phone number or e-mail address where you can be reached; An address where you can receive mail; Your signature as it appears on your license. The processing of your license may be delayed if any of the above information is missing.
A renewal packet will be mailed to you to complete and return to us. You may renew six (6) months prior to license expiration date. If you are in the military and are ordered to a war zone, you may have your Hawai‘i driver’s license automatically extended. The extension is valid until 30 days after you return to the United States of America. To apply for an extension, you must mail or fax a copy of your orders or a letter from your commanding officer to the Driver Licensing Section.
Original or certified copies of identifying documents and documents for legal presence are required and must be mailed in with your renewal packet. Original or certified copies of documents are required. Notarized certifications, photo copies or faxed copies are NOT acceptable. Requests for license renewals or extensions may be mailed or faxed to: Department of FinanceVehicle Registration & Licensing DivisionDriver License Section349 Kapiolani StreetHilo, HI 96720Fax # 808-961-8861 Return to Top Replacing a Lost License While Out of State You must mail a request for a duplicate license with duplicate license fee ($6.
00) made payable to “County Director of Finance”. Your request must include: Your name as it appears on your current driver’s license; Your social security number or driver’s license number; Your date of birth; A phone number where you can be reached; An address where you can receive mail; Your signature as it appears on your license. Processing may be delayed if any of the above information is missing.
Upon receipt of your request, a temporary duplicate license valid for 60 days will be mailed to you. Please allow 5 to 10 days for mailing. Your request may be mailed to: Department of FinanceVehicle Registration & LicensingDriver License Section349 Kapiolani StreetHilo, HI 96720 Return to Top Temporary License A temporary license valid for 60 days will be issued to you at time of license/permit issuance.
A permanent license will be mailed within 3 to 5 days. If you intend to use your temporary card for identification purposes, we recommend that you also carry a second form of identification. Refer to Hawaii’s Legal Presence Law Information and Requirements for further information. Return to Top Special Requirements - Minors A certified copy of the minor’s birth certificate is required to establish acceptable signatory for parental consent.
Social Security Card Proof of legal presence Affidavit for Proof of Residence Address (If your post office box is your mailing address, you must also bring in a document with your physical address listed). Acceptable Signatories for Instruction Permits for Minors If parents share custody, both parents must sign (parents married, separated or divorced with joint custody). Divorced parent with certified court custody papers indicating parent has legal custody may sign.
If one parent is deceased, surviving parent may sign and must present deceased parent’s death certificate. Legal guardian(s) may sign with certified court documents. Foster parent(s) may sign with certified court documents. A minor applicant in foster care shall present verification of foster care on Department of Human Services letterhead signed by the Director or their designee. Next of kin may sign if both parents are deceased.
Must provide death certificate for both parents. Responsible adult(s) may sign if both parents are deceased. Responsible adult(s) must be willing to assume financial responsibility of the minor and must provide death certificate for both parents. Legally emancipated minor may sign for himself/herself with court documents showing grant of emancipation. Adult spouse of minor applicant may sign with proof of age and marriage certificate.
Please download the Affidavit for Minors. Please note the AFFIDAVIT must be signed in front of a Notary Public unless signing in front of a Driver’s License Clerk. Return to Top Graduated License (15 and 6 months - 17 years) The graduated licensing program establishes a three-stage program for drivers under the age of 18. This program allows beginning drivers to develop their driving skills over time as they gain experience and maturity.
Instructional Permit Phase You must be at least 15 years and 6 months in age You must be in immediate possession of the permit when driving a motor vehicle You must be seated next to a person who is at least 21 years of age and licensed to operate the same type of motor vehicle. However, between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., the supervising parent or guardian must be seated next to the minor driver.
You must have all occupants wear their seatbelts and children under 4 years of age be properly restrained within a child safety seat in compliance with Hawai‘i State law. The permit is valid for one (1) year from date of issuance and may be renewed 30-days prior to the expiration date of the permit and no later than 90 days after the expiration date of the permit. Failure to renew the instructional permit within 30 days after the expiration date will result in waiting 180 days before being eligible for a road test.
Provisional License Phase You may be granted a provisional license to operate a motor vehicle if you: Are at least sixteen (16) years old, but under the age of eighteen (18); Hold an instruction permit and has held that permit for at least 180 days and there is no pending violation that might result in a suspension or revocation of that person’s instructional permit; Satisfactorily completes a State certified driver’s education course and possesses the classroom and behind-the-wheel certificates; and Successfully passes a road examination test.
Provisional License Requirements Have in their immediate possession their provisional driver’s license; Have all occupants wear their seat belts and children under 4 years of age be properly restrained within a child safety seat in compliance with Hawai‘i State law; Passenger Restrictions: The provisional licensee driver SHALL NOT TRANSPORT more than one person below the age of eighteen (18) without being accompanied by a licensed driver that is the provisional licensee’s parent or guardian, unless that person is a household member.
Night-Time Driving Restriction: The provisional licensee driver SHALL NOT DRIVE between 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., unless accompanied by either a parent or guardian that is licensed to drive the same type of motor vehicle and is seated in the passenger seat beside the licensee. The person granted a provisional driver’s license may drive between 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. without a licensed parent or guardian in the motor vehicle only under the following conditions: a) Traveling to or from the licensee’s place of employment, where the operation of a motor vehicle is necessary for that purpose.
The provisional licensee shall keep in his or her possession a signed statement from the employer containing the employer’s: name, address, telephone number, and verification of employment and work hours. b) Traveling to or from a school-authorized activity, where the operation of a motor vehicle is necessary for that purpose, and the provisional licensee shall keep in his or her possession a signed statement from a parent or guardian containing the parent’s or guardian’s: name, address, telephone number and verification that the operation of the motor vehicle by the licensee is necessary to travel to or from the school-authorized activity; Provided that under a and b above, the provisional licensee shall not transport more than one person under the age of eighteen (18) between 11:00 p.
m. and 5:00 a.m. without being accompanied by the licensed parent or guardian of the provisional licensee. Full Driver’s License You are eligible to apply for a full driver’s license if: You have satisfactorily held the provisional license for at least six (6) months; You have no pending violation that might result in a suspension or revocation; You are at least seventeen (17) years old, and have satisfactorily complied with all the requirements of Chapter 286, Hawai‘i Revised Statutes.
Converting a Provisional License to a Full Driver’s License To convert your provisional license to a full driver’s license: 1. Complete a driver license application; 2. Present original or certified copy of document(s) for proof of name and date of birth; 3. Present proof of Social Security Number; 4. Present original or certified copy of document(s) for proof of legal presence; 5.
Present two (2) documents for Proof of Residence Address; 6. Complete and pass eye screening; 7. Have a clear driving status on the National Driver Registry. Return to Top Changing your Driver License Address To change your driver license address, send us a letter with your name (as it appears on your license), license number, date of birth and signature. Write your current address and identify it as “Current Address”, and write your new address, identify as “New Address”.
You must provide two forms of proof of your principal residence address in Hawaii. (See Hawaii’s Proof of Principal Residence for a list of acceptable documents) Mail your letter and documents to:Vehicle Registration & Licensing DivisionHilo Driver License 349 Kapiolani StreetHilo, HI 96720 If you want your new address to appear on your plastic license, you must appear at the driver’s license office nearest you and apply for a duplicate license.
Please be prepared to provide your two (2) forms of proof of your principal residence address in Hawaii. The fee for a duplicate license is $6. If you are out of state, you may request a duplicate license by mail. Return to Top Applying for a Motorcycle/Moped License You may operate a moped using your current driver’s license. You must obtain a Class 2 license to operate a motorcycle or motor scooter.
Requirements for Motorcycle Instruction Permit Complete application for Instruction Permit / Class 2 Present identifying documents for proof of name, date of birth and social security number (see List of Acceptable Documents); Present original or certified copy of document(s) for proof of legal presence Present two (2) documents for Proof of Residence Address (If your post office box is your mailing address, you must also bring in a document with your physical address listed).
Successfully Pass vision screening Have a clear driving record on the National Driver Registry Successfully pass the motorcycle written test Successfully pass the rules of road written test (if you do not currently hold a Class 3 license) Requirements for Moped Instruction Permit Complete application for Instruction Permit / Class 1 Present identifying documents for proof of name, date of birth and social security number (See List of Acceptable Documents); Present original or certified copy of document(s) for proof of legal presence (See List of Acceptable Documents); Present two (2) documents for Proof of Residence Address (If your post office box is your mailing address, you must also bring in a document with your physical address listed).
Successfully pass vision screening Have a clear driving record on the National Driver Registry Successfully pass rules of the road written test Successfully pass the motorcyle written test Restrictions for Motorcycle/Moped Permit You may not operate a motorcycle/moped at night. You may not carry any passengers. You must wear DOT inspected helmet, goggles You may not renew your instruction permit unless you have attempted to take the motorcycle skills test.
Once your motorcycle/moped instruction permit expires, you must wait 90 days and reapply as a new applicant. Motorcycle/Moped Skill Test Requirements Present Motorcycle/Moped Permit Present current registration Present current safety inspection form (safety inspection sticker must be on motorcycle/motor scooter/moped) Present current insurance card (not applicable for moped) DOT inspected helmet You must wear long sleeves or a jacket, pants, shoes or boots (no slippers) If you are under the age of 18, you are required to hold your Class 1 or 2 permit for 90 days and submit a Driver Education Certificate and Behind the Wheel Motorcycle Certificate before applying for the skills test.
Return to Top Acceptable Documents Proof of Name and Date of Birth Valid, unexpired Out-of-State, U.S. territorial or Canadian driver’s license Valid, unexpired U.S. passport Valid, unexpired Foreign passport with appropriate Immigration Document(s) U.S. Immigration and Naturalization documents Alien registration/refugee identification card Valid, unexpired State of Hawai‘i identification card with photo U.
S. Government issued Consular Report of Birth Abroad Proof of Social Security Number Social Security card in name of applicant (no copies or metal plates). Need a Social Security card: http://ssa.gov/ssnumber. Valid Driver’s license with social security number and photo Valid State of Hawaii identification card with social security number and photo Valid Military identification card with social security number Medicare identification card with suffix “A”, “M”, “T” or “TA” W-2 tax form issued from previous year