Extensions for License and Registration Expiration Dates Granted Through September 30, 2020

For those who have state ID cards, vehicle registrations, driver’s licenses, permits, endorsements, and certifications that expired on or after March 1, 2020, legislation has passed and been signed into law to extend those expirations through September 30, 2020. Previously, the Governor had issued an order that extended the deadlines to June 30, 2020, but as branches have been slowly opening, it is clear that a massive demand still exists, so granting an extension was necessary to meet everyone’s needs.

There are still opportunities to renew registrations or licenses online where available, and branch offices are open now by appointment. You can schedule an appointment by clicking here. The appointment backlog is quite extensive at some branches, however, you can also attempt to schedule a “same day” appointment within 24 hours of your desired time. It has been suggested by the Secretary of State’s office staff to attempt to schedule a “same day” appointment for the following day for better chances of a timely appointment.

If you have any questions, please contact Lance Binoniemi, Vice President of Government Affairs, at lancebinoniemi@thinkmita.org.