Tags, titles, registrations, and licenses in the state of Florida are handled by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. There are three different types of service centers in the office. You can visit a location for driver's licenses or motor vehicle services if you just need one service. Visit a dual service center if you need both services. Both licensing and motor vehicle services are offered at these service centers. Certain licensing centers only provide limited services. You can get more information about the various service centers by using the office location search feature. Then, you'll be able to choose which one you need to go to.
While some locations do not accept appointments, others do. In order to make an appointment, you must contact your local office. It will be much easier to visit the DHSMV, do your scheduled tasks, and leave if you can make an appointment. It would save you a lot of time if your local office accepts appointments.
By using the online services provided by the DHSMV, you can avoid the long lines. The DHSMV virtual office allows you to renew or replace your driver’s license, ID card, registration, or get a paper title.
When utilizing the online services, you will be asked for identifying information. Gather up everything you need and then move forward.
The DHSMV provides education and courses. Through the DHSMV, you can enroll in driver education and motorcycle rider education courses. Motorcycle riders can get their endorsements with the help of education classes.
You can call a customer service representative from 7 a.m. until 5:45 p.m from Monday through Friday if you have a question for the DHSMV. Customer service representatives are not available on holidays.
For general questions, get in touch with the service helpdesk. For detailed information about licenses and motor vehicles, call the other number.
Customer Service Helpdesk: 850-617-2606
Driver License and Motor Vehicle Information: 850-617-2000