How much is it to replace a damaged or lost ID?

If your identification card goes missing, it's in your best interest to replace it, and the sooner the better. Otherwise, without your ID card you'll lose all of the advantages that come with owning a photo ID such as cashing checks; purchasing wine, beer, and spirits; clearing airport security; and other transactions that require identification.

Fees to Replace a Lost ID

You'll need to apply for a replacement state ID with your local DMV. Fees (see accompanying fee grid) and requirements vary by state. Depending on your DMV you may be allowed, in addition to applying in person, to order your duplicate ID by mail or online.

Alabama $18
Alaska $15
Arizona $4
Arkansas $5
California $26/Free if 62 or older.
Colorado $7.50
Connecticut $22.50
Delaware $5
Florida $10
Georgia $20 five-year card/$35 10-year card.
Hawaii $15/Free if 65 or older.
Idaho $10 for four-year card/$20 for eight-year card.
Illinois $10 if younger than 18 years old/ $20/Free if 65 or older.
Indiana $13
Iowa $3
Kansas $15
Kentucky $12
Louisiana $16
Maine $5
Maryland $20
Massachusetts $15
Michigan $10
Minnesota $18/$11 if 65 or older.
Mississippi $5
Missouri $11
Montana $8
Nebraska $13.50
Nevada $6 younger than 18 years old/$12/$7 if 65 or older.
New Hampshire $10
New Jersey $24
New Mexico $5/$10
New York $8
North Carolina $10
North Dakota $8
Ohio $7.50
Oklahoma $10
Oregon $39.50
Pennsylvania $12
Rhode Island $16.50
South Carolina $5
South Dakota $6
Tennessee $8
Texas $10
Utah $18
Vermont $15
Virginia $10
Washington $15
West Virginia $5
Wisconsin $16
Wyoming $10
Washington DC $7

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