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Bureau of Motor Vehicles

Bureau of Motor Vehicles

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Your driver's license expires on your birthday. If you hold a probationary operator’s license, it will expire 30 days after your 21st birthday. If you are a foreign national, your driver’s license expires on the same day your authorization to lawfully remain in United States expires. A delinquent license (late) fee of $5 will be charged if the license is renewed after that date. If your expiration date falls on a day in which all license branches in your county of residence are closed, such as a Sunday, Monday, or legal holiday, your license will remain valid until midnight of the next day in which a license branch is open for business in your county of residence.