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Where to Get A Drivers license in Florida

There are almost three hundred (300) cities and sixty eight (68) counties in the state of Florida. Additionally there are almost 1 million original licenses issued every year in Florida. We are aware that getting your first drivers license can be scary and confusing at first. That’s why has summarized and made everything as straightforward as possible. There are several steps and requirements that need to be addressed before applying for your driving license in Florida. You can take that first step by clicking the following link

Just start out by giving us a few of your personal details, such as name and address, and we’ll help you start and complete the process.

Alternatively, if you would like to do everything yourself , you can perform some of the required procedures. The very first thing you would need to do is complete the florida drivers license form. For this you will need to go in person to a florida dmv office. See below for more info. If you are a minor and are applying for your learner license, please complete your parental consent form which can be found here ( The second most important step would be to make sure that you bring all of the required documents for your license application. We’ve created a handy summary of the documents needed. Click here to see the summary. Or you can visit the official Florida Driver License website here: Finally you will need to prepare for the exam. Please download the latest florida driver handbook here

You also have the option of going in person to get your license. You’ll need to go to your closest DMV center. There is an office located in each county. Drivers license offices in Florida are run by the Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles. You can either make an appointment or show up in person to perform tasks such as getting , renewing, replacing, or changing your drivers license. The same can be done for teen drivers who are applying for their learner’s permit.  

Florida DMV offices perform a few different tasks. Some offices only perform Driver License services, such as new licenses, Identification (ID) cards, reinstatements, and administering your written and driving skills test. Other offices do not perform these tasks, but rather only process Motor Vehicle Services. Motor Vehicle Services are tasks for your vehicle, trailer, mobile home or vessel. Example of these tasks could be getting a tag, parking permit for disabled people, or applying for a certificate of title. Finally there are some DMV offices that perform both services (Driver License and Motor Vehicle Services). You can perform a quick online check at our website and find a completes list of all the

Florida DMV Offices

Just enter your city name or zip code and we will give you a list of your closest florida drivers license office. Click on the office that is closest to you and we will provide the phone number, address and office hours of the DMV location.

To get started with your application for a florida drivers license, please click below