Last Updated 16th of June, 2010
How do you replace or renew learners permits in New Mexico? New Mexico
Replacing a Learners PermitIf you lost your drivers permit, you must go to a New Mexico MVD office to replace the permit.
- Bring the same documents you brought in to get the license.
- Pay the $7 fee.
Renewing an Expired PermitPermits expire in six months. If you have not taken the road test to get a drivers license, then you may renew your driving permit at the MVD office for $7.
- Bring the driver’s ed certificate of completion with you.
- If you still have not taken drivers ed, you may be required to take the written test. In this case, you should take a practice permit test before going to the NM MVD. This will allow you to refresh your memory regarding traffic rules and how the test will work.
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