How much is a duplicate FL drivers license to replace a stolen or lost license? Florida

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That depends. If your Florida drivers license was stolen, did you file a police report? If you did - and you bring the report with you to a FHSMV driver license office - you won't pay anything. For all other situations, your replacement drivers license will cost $25.

Just to review, you have two basic way to obtain a FL duplicate license:

Online

  1. Go to the Florida GoRenew processing site
  2. Follow the instructions
  3. Pay the fee with your VISA, Master Card, or American Express card
If you're not a U.S. citizen, you'll have to use the in-person option.

In-Person

  1. Go to a nearby drivers license office
  2. Bring two acceptable documents proving your identity and Florida residence
  3. Pay the fee
If you're not a U.S. citizen, you'll need to provide proof of legal presence.

Out-of-State

If you happen to be away from Florida, you can deal with your lost license situation online, by sending an e-mail or letter, or by talking to a customer service rep at (850) 617-2000. For details on each stolen or lost drivers license replacement option, call the customer service number.

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