Tennessee DMV Locations

Locate your nearest Tennessee drivers license locations and vehicle registration offices using our map of locations below. While many people refer to all driving and vehicle service offices as the Tennessee DMV, Tennessee’s services are split between two departments. The Department of Revenue handling vehicle duties and the Department of Safety and Homeland Security covering issues related to Tennessee driver’s licenses and state IDs. Before visiting in person, we recommend making a phone call to confirm hours and services.

We strive to provide accurate information, so if you find incorrect information on our map or elsewhere on this site please contact us and we will make any necessary corrections.

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 Tennessee DMV locations.  This table lists the exact same information in the map but in a more searchable format.

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More About The Tennessee Driver Services

Online Services

Like many states, Tennessee offers a suite of services online for people who are seeking a Tennessee drivers license renewal, vehicle registration, and other services. Let’s review some of the more popular online services: 

Tennessee Department of Driver Services Online offers the following services:

  • View wait times at the TN drivers license office nearest you
  • Set appointments at their local office
  • ID and driver’s license applications
  • License and CDL renewal
  • Change of address
  • Driver license practice tests
  • Schedule a driving road skills test appointment
  • Request driving history records

Tennessee Department of Revenue online services:

Tennessee Driver’s License Office Services

While online services can be convenient, sometimes you will have to visit a Department of Revenue or Driver Services office in person. In addition to all of the online services above, you can receive each offices’ full suite of offerings when you visit in person.

Driver Services

  • Regular and Real ID license application and renewal
  • Driver improvement services
  • Voter photo IDs
  • Update emergency contact or address information
  • Motorcycle and commercial licenses
  • License reinstatements

Department of Revenue

  • EZ dealer tags
  • NMVTIS reporting
  • License and registration renewal
  • Vehicle titling services

Before arriving at an office we recommend downloading and completing any necessary forms. 

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Tennessee Driver Services and Dept. of Revenue Contact Information

You can contact either of these offices you can do so using the contact information available below:

Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security

By phone:
(615) 251-5166

By email:
Email.Safety@tn.gov

By mail: 
Tennessee Department of Safety
PO Box 945
Nashville, TN 37202

Tennessee Department of Revenue (Vehicle title and registration questions)

By phone:
(888) 871-3171

Prepare To Earn Your Tennessee Driver’s License

For people interested in earning their Tennessee driver’s license, this site is designed to help. We offer a variety of free practice driving tests for people looking to earn their permit, standard license, or CDL. We also offer a practice motorcycle test. Follow the links below to take a practice test. 

Tennessee DMV FAQ

For first time applicants, you will need to surrender your previous license, or a certified copy of your driving record or other ID such as a U.S. passport. You’ll need proof of U.S. residency or proof of an authorized stay along with two proofs of state residency and proof of your social security number.

Yes. You can renew your Tennessee license online via the e-Services portal on the Department of Safety & Homeland Security website.

You can make an appointment online for either Driver services (for license and ID related issues) as well as the Department of Revenue (for title, plate, and registration issues) on both departments websites.

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