Do I need an appointment to go to the DMV in Missouri?

Do I need an appointment to go to the DMV in Missouri?

Tests are given at a Missouri State Highway Patrol driver examination station Check all locations and their schedules here. No appointment is required.

How do I speak to someone at Missouri DMV?

Text “Hi” to 59058, and choose a topic to get assistance with any questions you may have about Tax, Motor Vehicle, Driver License and more! To chat with DORA, through Facebook, click on “Message” to open Facebook Messenger, choose a topic and ask your question. You can also chat with DORA at

Do I need to make an appointment to renew my license in Missouri?

Without an appointment, plan to spend time waiting outside of the DMV location with social distancing measures in place. Check the State of Missouri’s website at to find DMV offices. Some of these locations offer the option to book appointments online.

What do I need to renew my license plate sticker in Missouri?

To renew your license plates, you will need:

  1. Your Vehicle Registration Renewal Notice.
  2. Verification of personal property tax for the previous year (if the registration you are renewing was a one year registration) or the previous two years (if the registration you are renewing was a two-year registration):

Where can I renew my Missouri drivers license?

DMV office
In Missouri, you must renew your driver’s license in person at your local DMV office.

Is Missouri Department of Revenue open today?

Our offices are closed today in observance of the holiday. Hours may vary among license offices. For a full list of license office locations and hours, visit….

How do I renew my expired drivers license in Missouri?

To renew your driver license or nondriver ID, you must present acceptable documents to verify the following:

  1. Proof of Identity;
  2. Date of Lawful Status;
  3. Proof of Social Security number; and.
  4. Proof of Missouri residential address.

How long can you drive on expired tags in Missouri?

If your tags are expired by six months or more, your car may get impounded. The cost of impound will be added to the fine and the late renewal fee, significantly increasing what you have to pay to drive legally again.

Is there a grace period for expired tags in Missouri 2022?

There is no grace period for Missouri licenses. If you are caught driving with an expired license even a day later, you will be ticketed and fined! If your license has been expired for over six months, you will also need to take the written test and driving test over again.