Services provided at the mobile event include:
Renewal/Correction of Drivers License
New/Renewal/Correction of State ID
License Plate stickers
Motor Voter Registration with Renewal of DL/ID
Organ Donor Registration with Renewal DL/ID
Seniors 75 and over must go to the DMV because they need a road test
For your convenience, Fremont Township is hosting a Mobile Drivers License Renewal on July 19 with Secretary of State Jesse White’s office. In order to renew your license or State ID at this event, your license or ID must be expiring within one year of July 19, 2018. (July 18th birthdate is the latest)
Seniors over 65 can get a free lifetime State ID. If you have moved and your address has changed you can get that changed here. You will need proof of your address.
Drivers who will be 75 years of age or older when their current drivers license expires are required to pass a road test to renew their license. That is not offered at this event. Anyone 75 or over must go to the DMV.
You will no longer immediately be issued a new permanent driver’s license/ID card at the end of the application process. After fraud checks have been conducted to ensure your identity, a high quality, secure driver’s license/ID card will be printed at a central facility and sent via U.S. mail within 15 business days to your address. You will receive a temporary, secure paper driver’s license or ID card, which is valid for 90 days. In addition, the facility employee will return your old driver’s license/ID card back to you.
AIR TRAVEL WITH YOUR TEMPORARY DRIVER’S LICENSE/ID CARD.
According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, present your temporary, secure paper driver’s license/ID card in conjunction with your old driver’s license/ID card to board an airplane.
You may also renew your license plates at this event. Cash, Check and Charge are all accepted, but there is a fee for using a credit card.
Call 312 814-3676 with questions.