How do I replace a FL ID card? Florida

Replacing Your Florida Identification Card

Getting a duplicate card is an easy process; you can either apply online or in person at your local driver license office.

Replace Online


  1. Visit the GoRenew site.
  2. Select the lost ID card option.
  3. Follow the instructions provided.
  4. Pay the duplicate ID card fee (see below).
NOTE: If you're not a U.S. citizen, you can't apply for a replacement ID card online.

Replace In Person


  1. Go to a Florida driver's license office (appointments are available but not required).
  2. Bring two forms of identification and proof of residence.
  3. Pay the duplicate ID card fee (see below).
NOTE: If you're not a U.S. citizen, you must present proof of legal presence.

Replacement Identification Card Fee

It costs $25 to get a duplicate ID card. However, if your card was stolen and you bring the police report to the driver's license office, you won't be charged a fee for your new card.

ID Card for a Teen

You must be at least five years old to get a FL state ID card.

ID cards are especially popular with teens, as those in this age group often have a need to show photo ID but may be too young to qualify for a drivers license.

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