In Idaho, the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for all driving-related tasks. The Idaho DMV has driver’s license offices and County Assessor’s offices, as well as designated test sites. You need to go to the office that corresponds with your needs.
Idaho’s driver’s license offices are available to handle tasks related to driver’s licenses and ID cards. Visit this office if you need to:
The County Assessor’s Office handles registrations, titles, and license plates. Go to this office for new registrations, titles, and plates, as well as renewals.
If you need to take a Class D (Operator), CDL, or motorcycle skills test, you must go to a recognized test location. Skills test locations are available across the state. You will need to bring the fee for the test, along with your registration and proof of insurance. You also need to bring written proof if you had to take a written test for your license. Otherwise, you will not be able to take the skills test.
The Idaho DMV offers a variety of online services. These services let you take care of most of your needs without going to the DMV.
Online services are divided into four sections. Vehicle services include:
Driver services include:
Motor carrier services include:
Additional services include:
If you want to reach the DMV, consider filling out a general information request online.
You can also send mail to the DMV at:
Idaho Transportation Department
3311 W. State St. P.O. Box 7129
Boise, ID 83707-1129
You can call the DMV at 208-334-8611.