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What states allow online renewal of driver's licenses?

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Texas, California and Indiana are among states that allow drivers to renew their license online. Some states permit all drivers to use the online system to renew their license, while others impose restrictions.

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Texas allows drivers to renew their license online. Drivers need to have access to a printer, a valid credit card, their social security numbers and their expired state-issued license or ID card to complete the transaction.

California is another state that allows drivers to use its online system to renew their licenses. Drivers in California can renew their license online as long as they do not wish to report a change of address as well. Applicants can pay online with an e-check or a major credit card. In order to renew their license, online drivers must read and confirm their medical information and disclosures.

In Indiana, drivers can renew their driver’s license if they meet certain condition. They must be U.S. citizens. They cannot have a change of personal information, including address and name.

In order to use the online system to renew their licenses, drivers must make sure that their most recently obtained license did not expire more than 180 days ago. Additionally, their record should not have restrictions. Their previous renewals should have been completed at a license branch, and their photos must be on file. Individuals who are under the age of 75 who hold an operator’s license can use the online system to renew their licenses by providing their full names, addresses, dates of birth and Social Security numbers.

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