The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) is extending the expiration date of all Class D driver licenses, commercial driver licenses (CDL), Oklahoma identification cards and handicap parking permits that expired 30 days before Gov. Kevin Stitt’s Executive Order 2020-07, declaring a state of emergency for the state. This extension will be in effect until further notice from the DPS.
DPS Commissioner John Scully said Tuesday that any of the above licenses that expired on or after Feb. 15 will be extended.
Limitations to this extension will be applied to drivers with invalid driver licenses because of suspension, revocation or denial.
According to officials with the Sallisaw Tag Office the Department of Public Safety Driver License Examiner will not be accepting walk-ins until further notice. Appointments can be made online at inlineonline.ok.gov for new drivers, CDL renewals, out of state transfers, etc. More info is available at www.ok.gov/dps.
Local tag offices can still renew or replace current class D drivers license and IDs as well as change your address or change your last name (with current documentation).
Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer
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