What is the NY renew license fee? New York

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NY License Renewal Fee

Regardless if you renew your license by mail, online or in-person you'll pay either $64.50 or $80.50. The higher rate ($80.50) only applies to residents of the following counties: Kings, New York, Richmond, Queens, Bronx, Westchester, Suffolk, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Nassau and Dutchess. The additional $16 covers a Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District fee.

Depending on how you pay, New York accepts cash (in-person only), check and credit cards. If you pay by mail, be sure to include the proper license renewal fee. Otherwise, you'll delay the renewal process.

You should receive your renew license notice in the mail approximately 45 to 60 days before your driver license expires. If you do not receive a renewal notice, you can substitute a New York's drivers license application (form MV-44). This can be easily downloaded from the NY DMV Web site.  

Driving With an Expired License

Driving with an expired license is not recommended. If caught, you will be issued a traffic ticket with an accompanying fine.

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