OKLAHOMA CITY - The Department of Public Safety is resuming drive tests and relaxing some other restrictions on the process of acquiring a driver license as Governor Kevin Stitt begins phase two of the state's reopening.

As of May 15, 2020 DPS is allowing walk-ins at all offices for driver license and/or Oklahoma identification card processing. DPS has been operating on an appointment-only basis since offices opened to the public on May 1. Social distancing guidelines will continue to be enforced and citizens visiting our offices will still be required to wear a face covering and have their temperature taken before entering the building.

Also as of May 15, DPS is now resuming all drive tests for Class D licenses as well as Commercial Driver Licenses (CDLs.) These will be by appointment only and vehicles used for the drive test will have to be disinfected by the applicant. The applicant will also be required to wear a face covering that covers their mouth and nose. Appointments can be made by visiting ok.gov/dps and clicking on "Online Services."

DPS is continuing to waive school enrollment verification and documentation of reading proficiency (the eighth-grade English language arts assessment) for those under 18 years of age. The reading proficiency requirement is permanently waived for all students who are eighth-graders during the 2019-2020 school year.

Oklahomans can renew a driver license or identification card online at my.ok.gov.

All extended expiration dates of Class D driver licenses, state-issued identification cards, handicap parking placards, CDLs and Commercial Learner Permits (CLPs) will be considered expired after June 30, 2020.

DPS is on track to begin issuing REAL IDs in July of 2020 at select locations. We will update information about REAL ID on ok.gov/dps and social media.