Ohioans will soon be able to renew their drivers license online

Ohioans will soon be able to renew their drivers license online

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Ohioans will soon be able to renew their driver’s license without having to go to the BMV.Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that starting Monday, June 27, drivers will be able to renew their driver’s license online. Here’s how it will work: Ohioans will go to BMV.Ohio.Gov and click on the “DL/ID Renewal” link. Customers will log in through the state’s OH|ID systemFill out an application and upload a current driver’s license or ID, or a photograph, and one document from BMV’s acceptable document list.Once approved, the credential will be mailed to the individual.Watch a tutorial in the player aboveDrivers will also be able to transfer a title when selling a car person to person. The seller can use the Ohio Title Portal, apply to “Add Title” under their name. Once the title transaction has been reviewed and approved by a County Clerk of Courts Title Office, the customer will get a notice that the title has successfully been transferred to them and issued as an electronic title.“Our administration is dedicated to improving and enhancing the overall customer experience for Ohioans needing to visit the BMV by providing access to innovative options that better meet their needs,” DeWine said in a statement. “In just a few days, Ohioans will be able to renew their driver’s license online, which marks another major milestone in our mission to offer more online services to citizens when they are interacting with the state.”Ohioans preparing for their driver’s exam can also do a portion of the exam online. Starting July 11, a driving knowledge test will be available online in order to get a temporary permit. The BMV is also working with drivers testing locations throughout the state to launch a pilot program with the Preble County Clerk of Court to contract as a third-party location for driver’s license skills test on July 1. The pilot program is expected to expand to seven other locations around the state over the summer, with additional expansions planned for the future.

Ohioans will soon be able to renew their driver’s license without having to go to the BMV.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that starting Monday, June 27, drivers will be able to renew their driver’s license online. Here’s how it will work:

  • Ohioans will go to BMV.Ohio.Gov and click on the “DL/ID Renewal” link.
  • Customers will log in through the state’s OH|ID system
  • Fill out an application and upload a current driver’s license or ID, or a photograph, and one document from BMV’s acceptable document list.
  • Once approved, the credential will be mailed to the individual.

Watch a tutorial in the player above

Drivers will also be able to transfer a title when selling a car person to person. The seller can use the Ohio Title Portal, apply to “Add Title” under their name. Once the title transaction has been reviewed and approved by a County Clerk of Courts Title Office, the customer will get a notice that the title has successfully been transferred to them and issued as an electronic title.

“Our administration is dedicated to improving and enhancing the overall customer experience for Ohioans needing to visit the BMV by providing access to innovative options that better meet their needs,” DeWine said in a statement. “In just a few days, Ohioans will be able to renew their driver’s license online, which marks another major milestone in our mission to offer more online services to citizens when they are interacting with the state.”

Ohioans preparing for their driver’s exam can also do a portion of the exam online.

Starting July 11, a driving knowledge test will be available online in order to get a temporary permit.

The BMV is also working with drivers testing locations throughout the state to launch a pilot program with the Preble County Clerk of Court to contract as a third-party location for driver’s license skills test on July 1. The pilot program is expected to expand to seven other locations around the state over the summer, with additional expansions planned for the future.

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