What are the ID card fees in FL? Florida

Florida Identification Card Fee Schedule

This is an easy one. See below for the applicable ID card fees.

  • New ID: $25
  • Renew ID: $25
  • Replacement ID: $25
ID cards give teens a valid means of photo identification. However, a teen isn’t the only resident who can benefit from proper ID; anyone who is at least five years can apply for a state ID card.

You can get your ID card at any driver's license office. Be sure to bring proper identification, including:

  • Two acceptable forms of identification.
  • One proof of date of birth.
  • Two proofs of FL residential address.
  • One proof of Social Security number .
  • One proof of legal presence (non- U.S. citizens only).
The FHSMV provides a complete list of acceptable documents for each category.

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Call the FHSMV at (850) 617-2000 if you have any lingering questions about state ID cards.

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