How do you replace or renew learners permits in Maryland? Maryland

Replace or Renew Maryland Permits

Renew MD Driving Permit


If your drivers permit has expired you'll have to reapply, following the same procedures as if applying for the first time. This includes visiting any full-service MVA office with:

  • Your Social Security number or proof of ineligibility.
  • Proof of age.
  • Proof of lawful presence.
  • Proof of identity.
  • Proof of Maryland residency.
  • A completed MD permit application. If you’re younger than 18, it must be signed by a parent or guardian.
  • A Learner's Permit School Attendance Certification (Form DL-300), if you’re younger than 16.
  • Payment to cover $50 drivers permit fee.
In addition, you'll also need to pass a vision screening and a written test.

You'll need the state's drivers manual to study for the permit test. If you no longer have a copy from when you originally took the test, you can grab one from any MVA office or by downloading from the MVA website. In addition, you should also take at least one practice permit test. These can be found online and feature questions similar to those found on the actual exam.

Replace MD Learners Permit


If your permit goes missing you can order a replacement permit by visiting any full-service MVA office with:

  • Proper identification.
  • Payment to cover the $20 drivers permit duplicate fee.
If your permit is stolen, the MVA recommends notifying the police and filing a police report. For questions regarding a stolen drivers permit or a drivers license, contact the MVA Customer Ombudsman's office at (410) 787-7856.

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