Over 12,000 Still In Need of Renewal
All drivers licenses which expired after March 1 are due for renewal by Dec. 31. This aligns with Gov. Burgum's executive order which extended certain expiration dates due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Licenses not renewed by year end will be considered invalid.
"Our Driver License Division has been working very hard over the past several months to process license renewals, but we still have work to do," said Robin Rehborg, NDDOT Deputy Director for Driver Safety. "Today there are more than 12,000 driver licenses that need to be renewed by the December 31 deadline."
Driver's who have expired licenses are urged to schedule an appointment not to ensure they can renew on time. The NDDOT continues to provide divers license services by appointment only. No walk-in services are available. Customers can schedule an appointment ahead of time by visiting the NDDOT website to complete an online request or call 1-855-633-6835.
For safety reasons, only the customer scheduled for the appointment may enter the building. Customers are required to participate in a temperature check and health screening. Masks are required for the safety for the customer and NDDOT employees.
Some driver's license services such as change of address, renewals and replacements are available online.
Read this story in the WDEA December 18, 2020 newsletter.