Welcome to HawaiiDriversLicenses.org

We are here to simplify the process of obtaining your Hawaii drivers license by providing you with useful, up-to-date information and assisting you with all the steps necessary to get your license as quickly and efficiently as possible. We will make sure you are prepared with everything you need to know, what you need to bring, and will even assist you with where you need to go and when.

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Renew Your Hawaii Drivers License
It is against Hawaii state law to drive with an expired license. Your Hawaii drivers license expires every six years. Read more

Change the Address on Your Hawaii Drivers License
Have you recently changed moved in Hawaii? Be sure to visit your local DMV to change your address on your license. Read more
Replace Your Hawaii Drivers License
If your drivers license has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you'll need to get it replaced immediately to avoid getting a ticket or risking suspension.  Read more
Apply for a New Hawaii Drivers License
If you have never been issued a driver license in any state, you should practice drivers education in Hawaii. Read more
Apply for an Hawaii Learner's Permit
You must be at least 15-and-a-half years of age to obtain a Learner's Permit in Hawaii. You also need to pass a written exam, as well as a vision exam. Read more
Driver's Education in Hawaii
Hawaii state law does not require new drivers to enroll in drivers ed courses, though it is recommended.  Read more
Change Your Name on Your Hawaii Drivers License
If your name has changed due to marriage, divorce, adoption or any other circumstance and you would like your drivers license to reflect your new name, you will need to provide acceptable document to your local DMV to establish your name change on your drivers license. Read more

Many drivers' license services may be processed online. Check out the Driver License Easy Guide™ to assist you with driver license services that may be handled online. If you have received a notification from the Hawaii DMV, check your notification to see if you are able to submit your requests online.

Prior to visiting your local DMV review these 10 Helpful Drivers License Tips:

1. Find the closest Hawaii Drivers License office.
2. Confirm the office hours.
3. Make an appointment; appointments are available at all offices.
4. Avoid Mondays and Fridays; the best day to visit the office is mid-week (Tues, Wed, Thurs).
5. Avoid the 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. hours as they tend to be busy due to lunch break visitors.
6. Avoid the first and last day of the month.
7. Avoid the day after a holiday.
8. Come prepared with all required documentation to complete your requests.
9. Print and fill out your forms prior to visiting.
10. If you have any questions, concerns, or special circumstances contact your local drivers license office prior to heading over.


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