Are DMV offices open in IL?
SOS offices in Illinois are open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5:30 PM and on Saturdays from 7:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Offices are closed on state holidays and occasionally at other times, so check with the office where you need to do business to be sure they will be open when you go there.
Do I need an appointment for the DMV Illinois to get my license?
If you need to go to the Illinois DMV, it’s a good idea to have an appointment however you can do walk-ins if necessary. Please note that due to the pandemic, DMV’s can change their schedules and procedures from time to time. Here’s the Illinois DMV website.
How do I make an appointment at the Illinois DMV?
During this phase of the program, customers can make an appointment up to 10 days in advance at www.cyberdriveillinois.com or by calling the appointment helpline at 844-817-4649. All 16 facilities will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Can I renew my Illinois driver’s license in person?
You can renew your license at your local DMV office by walking in or scheduling an appointment. Make sure you bring your current license and your renewal letter when renewing an Illinois license in person. At the office you will need to do the following: Pass a vision test.
What documents do I need to get a real ID in Illinois?
In order to obtain a Real ID, residents will be required to visit an Illinois Secretary of State Driver Services facility and provide documents that prove their identity, their Social Security number, a written signature and two documents that show proof of residency.
Do I need an appointment for a real ID in Illinois?
Secretary of State Jesse White announced the changes in July. People who need a road test, REAL IDs, driver’s licenses or ID cards must have an appointment. White’s office said new appointment slots will be available each day on cyberdriveillinois.com or people can call (844) 817-4649.
How long can you drive with an expired license in Illinois?
While there’s a grace period of up to one year to renew an expired Illinois driver’s license, failure to renew the license within a year will result in more dire consequences. These could include being required to take additional driving tests as part of the renewal process.
Can I renew my license before it expires in Illinois?
You may renew up to one year before your four-year or two-year license expires, or six months before a one-year license expires. Illinois driver’s licenses contain several security features.