Last Updated 17th of May, 2010
How do I replace a commercial license in Pennsylvania? Pennsylvania
Replacing a Lost Pennsylvania Commercial LicenseIf your Pennsylvania commercial license has gone missing, you'll need to act fast in replacing it. Any CDL driver who gets pulled over and cannot produce his or her CDL risks getting a ticket and possibly having to pay fines.
Regardless of your CDL class, it’s doubtful you’ll have to take a CDL test just to replace your commercial license. Generally, to replace you have two options: in person or by mail.
Visit any Driver License Center with the following:
- A completed Application for a Replacement (Form DL-80CD). You can download this from the PennDOT website.
- Proper identification.
- Payment for a $12 replacement fee.
To apply for a replace your lost license via mail, send the above documents and payment to:
P.O. Box 68272
Harrisburg, PA 17106-8272
When submitting by mail, send a check or money order payable to "PennDOT."
If your picture is on file, you'll receive a duplicate CDL with your current photo. If no picture exists, you'll be mailed a camera card. You'll then need to take this to a photo center for a duplicate commercial license.
Though not required, it's always prudent to contact the police if you know or think your CDL was stolen.
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