Alabama DMV Locations
The Alabama Motor Vehicle Division is responsible for the state’s vehicle titling and registration while the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is responsible for driver’s licenses. You can find your local office using our map below. For new drivers in the state, these offices are essentially the Alabama DMV – the acronym most commonly used across the United States as the Division or Department of Motor Vehicles. Before visiting your local branch you may want to call and confirm the hours of operation as Alabama MVD office hours can vary from location to location.
While using this site, if you find any information that is out of date or incorrect please contact us and we will get it corrected.
Theodore, AL 36582
If for some reason the map is not working for you or if you prefer to have a text search feature, we have also included this simple table listing of all Alabama DMV locations. This table lists the exact same information in the map but in a more searchable format.
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Learn More About the Alabama DMV
Alabama MVD and ALEA Online Services
Before you visit your nearest Alabama Motor Vehicle Division or Alabama Law Enforcement Agency location you may want to take advantage of their web services. Using these handy online services can help save you a lot of time and effort.
You can find more information on the Department of Revenue’s Motor Vehicle Division website.
Alabama Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division
The Alabama Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division provides many valuable services to Alabama residents. Most branches will offer you the ability to obtain, replace, or renew many important licenses and registrations including:
- Request additional copies of vehicle registration
- Vehicle tabs
- Vehicle plates
- Renew your watercraft
- Request motor vehicle records
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is the department that handles all driver and identification related items. This is where you can take care of:
- Driver’s license renewals and applications
- State issued ID renewals and applications
- Replacing lost IDs and licenses
Contact Alabama’s MVD and ALEA Offices
To contact either of these offices in Alabama, you can use the information below.
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
1220 Fox Run Ave. 102
Opelika, AL 36801
On the web:
Alabama Dept. of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division
2545 Taylor Road
Montgomery, AL 36117
Prepare To Earn Your Alabama Driver’s License
This site offers new and aspiring drivers the opportunity to improve their driving knowledge with free practice tests. For those seeking Alabama driver’s permits, standard licenses, or commercial driver’s licenses, the links below can help you with your test preparation.
- Alabama driver’s license and permit practice tests
- Alabama CDL practice test
- Alabama motorcycle license practice test
Alabama DMV FAQ
You can renew a driver’s license, state ID card, and Star ID card online, but only for every other renewal. You must go in-person to renew your license for each intervening renewal. To renew your license online, visit the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s online renewal form.
Drivers can renew their license online or in person. The cost of renewal is $36.25, please note that the Department of Public Safety does not accept checks.
In order to register a newly purchased vehicle in the state of Alabama, you must have the following:
- Title or manufacturer’s statement (certificate) of origin or Alabama title application
- Bill of sale
- Unexpired driver’s license or state ID (for all owners)
- Insurance (policy number & NAIC number)
- Vehicle must be brought to the license office for inspection if using a manufacturer’s statement of origin or a title from another state.