You can renew your Kentucky driver license in person, online or by mail, depending on the circumstances and eligibility requirements.
In the state of Kentucky, learner’s (instruction) permit holders may drive legally when accompanied by an adult licensed driver (at least 21 years of age).
If you are between the ages of 16 ½ and 18, then you can apply for an intermediate driver’s license to drive with some restrictions. It is important to know that those restrictions will drop once you get your adult driver’s license.
It might be useful to know that your vehicle must be in safe operating condition and all equipment must be in good working order.
Otherwise, you will not be able to fully demonstrate your driving skills and may have unnecessary problems.
An adult driver’s license allows the licensee to drive legally, but without any supervision or driving restrictions. Nevertheless, there might be some restrictions placed on the license based on different cases and conditions.
In the state of Kentucky, drivers are required to renew their licenses before the license is due to expire. Thus, you can renew the license six months before the expiration date as long as you are older than 21.
To renew the license in person, you must visit the Circuit Clerk’s Office of your residency county and request license renewal. You will need to present proper forms of identification, you current driver’s license, as well as documents of name change and address change (if applicable).
The last step is to pay the renewal fee of $20 for a standard Class D license and renew the license.
Note that you will be required to take and pass both the vision and written tests again in case you let the license expire for more than a year.
US military personnel may renew the driver’s license by mail providing that they complete the application properly and send the required fee.
To clarify, this license is for operating common cars, station wagons, pickup trucks, utility vehicles, and most panel trucks.
This license, in short, is for operating any combination of vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 pounds or more.
This license, in short, is for operating a any straight truck with two or more axles and a GVWR of 26,001 pounds or more.
This license, in short, is for operating any vehicle with a GVWR of less than 26,001 pounds and is used for transporting hazardous materials, as well as 16 or more passengers.
To clarify, the license allows the licensee to ride a motorcycle on the roads of Kentucky.
To clarify, the license allows the licensee to ride a moped.
This one, in short, is for corrective lenses.
This one, in short, is for power brakes.
This one, in short, is for automatic transmission.
This one, in short, is for only daylight driving.
This one, in short, is for power steering.
This one, in short, is for hand accelerator.
This one, in short, is for hand brake.
To clarify, it is for CMV auto transmission
To clarify, it is for only intrastate driving.
This one, in short, is for no airbrakes.
To clarify, this one indicates no passengers in bus.
This one, in short, is for medical variance.
This one, in short, is for farm related services.