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 prior to Governor Stitt’s Executive Order 2020-07, declaring a State of Emergency for the State of Oklahoma.

A statement from DPS Commissioner John Scully indicates this extension will be in effect until further notice.

“As a precautionary measure and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, DPS has been granted the authority to extend the expiration of the Oklahoma Identification Cards, Oklahoma Class D Driver Licenses, Oklahoma CDLs and Handicap Parking Permits, with an expiration on or after Feb. 15, 2020, until further notice,” Scully said.

For options to renew or replace Oklahoma Class D Driver Licenses or Oklahoma Identification Cards by mail or online, please visit www.ok.gov/dps.

Limitations to this extension will be applied to drivers with invalid driver licenses due to suspension, revocation or denial.

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