Can I make an appointment for IL drivers license renewal? Illinois

You can always call ahead to ask about making a renew license appointment, but Illinois Secretary of State (IL SOS) locations generally only make appointments for custom and salvage vehicle inspections, CDL road tests, and child safety seat fittings.  

Best Times for Driver License Renewal

Even if you can’t make an appointment, it’s a good idea to ask one of the IL SOS employees when the best days and times are for renewing your driver license. Because there’s a good deal of paperwork involved with license renewal in this state (in addition to required vision tests and occasionally required driving tests), renewing a drivers license generally takes a bit longer than just a few minutes.

Visiting your IL SOS office during a time when the employees aren’t swamped with numerous other driver license matters helps make the most of your time. In turn, that helps ensure you won’t have to leave and visit again on another day, which helps make sure you don’t end up with an expired license and related penalties such as a traffic ticket and costly fines.

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