What are the ID card fees in CA? California

California ID Card Fees

The fees for a new or replacement state ID are the same:

  • $26: Everyone 61 and younger.
  • Free: Everyone 62 and older.
  • $7: The reduced fee for those with income verification from a government agency.
  • Free: For those who have a newly diagnosed medical condition preventing them from driving, and a note from the doctor.
NOTE: The identification card fees for teens are no different than those for adults.

Getting an ID Card

Remember, to get a state ID card, visit your local CA DMV office where you’ll complete the appropriate form for ID cards, have your photo and thumbprint taken, and pay the applicable fees.

A teen applicant must have both his or her parents or legal guardians sign the identification application, even if they’re divorced (as long as both have custody).

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