Oklahoma DMV Locations

The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is where Oklahomans and new state residents can go for licensing and registration in the state. It’s sometimes referred to as the Oklahoma DMV, as licensing and registration is often handled by an agency known as the department of motor vehicles in most states. The Oklahoma DPS also handles record management of drivers, vehicles, and road accidents.

The map below will help you to find an Oklahoma DPS office near you. Oklahoma DPS hours can vary from location to location, so it is usually wise to call in advance to confirm their hours of operation before making a trip. If you find any information that needs to be updated, please contact us and we will make any necessary fixes.

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 Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma DMV

Oklahoma DPS Online Services

If you don’t have the time or ability to visit a local DPS office, you can utilize online services via the Oklahoma DPS website for services such as renewing your license, applying to access records, and applying for some permits. A full list of online services is available here.

You’ll want to have a printer available to create a hard copy of any documentation when using online services. If one is not available, you can save documents as a PDF file and print them later.

Oklahoma DPS does not accept personal checks, but you can pay with cash, money orders, cashier's checks, or a major credit card, though credit cards will incur a 4% service fee.

Oklahoma DPS Services

The Oklahoma DPS offers more than just licenses and registration. Beyond the services available online, visiting a local office will give you access to every available service from the DPS. Some of these services include:

  • Driver training
  • Driving tests
  • Reinstating licenses
  • Obtaining dash cam videos
  • Title VI Non-Discrimination Services
  • Disability and Military permits and placards

For a quick and efficient visit you can download and complete any of the forms you’ll need prior to your visit.

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Contacting the Oklahoma DPS

To get in touch with the Oklahoma DPS, you can use the information below. For your convenience we offer contact information for many of the specific offices you may need.

By phone:

  • DPS Main Information Line(405) 425-2424
  • Commercial Driver License (CDL) Help Desk: (405) 425-2300
  • Community Relations: (405) 425-7706
  • Driver Compliance: Medical Desk: (405) 425-2078
  • Driver License Help Desk: (405) 425-2300
  • Driver License Reinstatement: (405) 425-2098 or (405) 425-2059
  • Legal Division - (405) 425-2148
  • Oklahoma Highway Patrol Recruiting (405) 425-7606 or 1-844-564-6647
  • Physical Disability Parking Placards (405) 425-2693
  • Public Information (405) 425-7709
  • Records Management (405) 425-2262
  • Wrecker Services (405) 425-2312

By contact form:
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By e-mail:

By mail:
Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
3600 North Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Prepare to Earn Your Oklahoma Driver’s License

If you’re looking to earn your first Oklahoma Driver’s License, this website offers practice tests to assist you on your way completely free of charge. This includes standard licenses as well as practice tests for motorcyclists and commercial drivers. Whether you’re practicing for your driver’s permit or looking to become a commercial driver, these tests can help you prepare.

Oklahoma DMV FAQ

To earn a learner’s permit in Oklahoma, applicants under the age of 16 are required to enroll in a driver’s ed course. For those 16 and older, a permit can be obtained without driver’s education.

Yes, you can renew your non-commercial license on the Oklahoma DPS website at https://www.ok.gov/dps/Renew_an_Oklahoma_Driver_License_ID_Card/Driver_License.html.

To obtain a driver’s license in Oklahoma you’ll need primary and secondary forms of identification. These documents must prove your full legal name, birth date, legal presence in the country, and state residence. A full list of documents that can be used can be found here.

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