(610) 337-9111

138 East Dekalb Pike, (Route 202)

King of Prussia, PA 19406

Phone 610-337-9111

Fax 610-337-2116

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Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:15 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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How to Apply for a Non-Commercial Driver's License in PA

 

All new residents with out-of-state non-commercial driver's licenses must obtain a PA Driver’s License within 60 days of establishing Pennsylvania residency. To apply, you must appear in person at one of the Drivers Testing Centers. You will be required to surrender your out-of-state driver’s license (valid or expired six months or less) before PennDOT will issue you a PA Driver's License. You will need to take a vision-screening test and complete the necessary forms, which are available at the Driver License Centers. In addition, you will need to show proof of identification and residency ( Some Examples are:  A Lease or Mortgage Statement and copies of current utility bills in your name which show your new PA address and a Birth Certificate) . A knowledge test is not required for new residents with out-of-state driver's licenses which are valid or expired six months or less.

 

How to Apply for a Photo Identification (ID) Card in PA

 

An ID card is a viable source of identification offered to individuals 16 years of age and older who may or may not have a driver's license. To apply for an ID card, you must appear in person at one of the Driver License Centers and present proof of identification and residency requirements. If you have an out-of-state driver's license or ID card, you will need to surrender it at the time of application for a PA ID card.  

 

How to Apply for a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) in PA

 

All new residents with out-of-state CDL’s must obtain a PA CDL within 30 days of establishing Pennsylvania residency. To apply, you must appear in person at one of our Driver License Centers. You will be required to surrender your out-of-state CDL (valid or expired six months or less) before PennDOT can issue you a PA CDL. You will need to take a vision screening test and complete the necessary forms, which are available at the Driver License Centers. In addition, you will need to show proof of identity and residency.

 

 

 

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