How do you replace or renew learners permits in New Mexico? New Mexico

Replacing a Learners Permit

If you lost your drivers permit, you must go to a New Mexico MVD office to replace the permit.

  1. Bring the same documents you brought in to get the license.
  2. Pay the $7 fee.
No appointment is needed, but the MVD recommends Wednesdays and Thursdays as less busy days.

Renewing an Expired Permit

Permits 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.

  1. Bring the driver’s ed certificate of completion with you.
  2. 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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