Most Recent Update: July 14, 3:00 p.m.

With many DOTs and DMVs still operating at less-than-max capacity, some drivers may find it difficult to renew CDLs and/or CLPs during this time. Although the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued extended enforcement notice on expiring CDLs and CLPs, the enforcement does not necessarily cover all fifty states. Motor carriers are still required to follow whatever requirements are still in place within their respective states. A handful of states are simply following the FMCSA's notice, while the majority operate on their own schedules.
 
Given the substantial differences in between states, we have removed the national map to avoid confusion and would instead refer you to the list below as your primary resource. Please note, state governments are regularly updating and changing previously existing orders, so we encourage members to first check with their respective DOT and DMV websites to ensure the information below is accurate.

 

  • Alabama - Services vary by location.
  • Alaska - Services available online and in-person through appointment.
  • Arizona - 6 months past expiration date. Services available online and in-person through appointment.
  • California - Services available online. Limited in-person appointments are possible in some locations.
  • Colorado - In-person appointments available through online reservation. Some services can be completed through online-only.
  • Connecticut - Licenses that expired between March 10 and June 30 are extended by 180 days. Licenses expiring during July have a 90 day extension.
  • Delaware - In-person services currently at 60% capacity. Until further notice from the DMV, late fees continue to be waived. Some services available online.
  • District of Columbia - Services available online and in-person through appointment.
  • Florida - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September.
  • Georgia - Service available online and in-person through appointment.
  • Hawaii - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Medical certificates must be renewed.
  • Idaho - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Some services available online.
  • Illinois - Licenses that expire prior to September 30 are valid through November 1. Service are now available in-person.
  • Iowa - Extended until emergency status lifted or otherwise noted.
  • Kansas - 60 days after emergency status lifted, although online services remain available.
  • Kentucky - Availability varies by location. 
  • Maine - 30 days after emergency status lifted. BMV appointments available through reservations only.
  • Maryland - 30 days after emergency status lifted. DMV appointments available through reservations only.
  • Massachusetts - Expired licenses remain valid through September.
  • Minnesota - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Some services available online.
  • Missouri - Services available in-person.
  • Montana - Services available online.
  • Nebraska - Services available online. Licenses must be renewed by August 31.
  • Nevada - Licenses that expire by July 15 must be renewed by September 13. Licenses expiring after July 15 are expired to be renewed on time.
  • New Jersey - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Some services available online.
  • New York - Extended until further notice.
  • North Dakota - Services available online.
  • Ohio - 90 days after emergency status lifted OR December 1, 2020 (whichever comes sooner)
  • Oklahoma - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Some services available online.
  • Pennsylvania - Extended through July 31.
  • Rhode Island - Licenses that expire in May, June, or July are extended by 90 days.
  • South Carolina - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Some services available online.
  • South Dakota - Extended through the end of the year.
  • Tennessee - Services available online and through appointment.
  • Texas - 60 days after emergency status lifted.
  • Vermont - Services available in-person and some online.
  • Virginia - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Some services available online.
  • Wisconsin - Services available in-person and some online.
  • Wyoming - State is currently following FMCSA's protocol for allowing expired licenses to be valid through the end of September. Some services available online.
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